Does Chicken Pox Only Have 3 To 4 Red Spots, Including Chicken Pox?
I just got chicken pox at the age of 18 about a week ago, but only in the chest, abdomen, back, neck, scalp, and face very little (3-4 nodules). While the hands and feet are almost absent. I once read the contents like this: “According to Dr. Ari Fahrial Syam, an internist from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, a person is said to suffer from chickenpox if a small nodule filled with water occurs widely (full blown).” If only a little is usually new pre-chickenpox and he can still get it again, “he said when contacted Kompas.com (1/2/13).” Then is my chicken pox categorized as smallpox (pre chickenpox) as explained by Dr. Ari or my chicken pox is quite a lot already u0026amp; broad (full blown) so it is less likely to contract again ?? Thank you in advance😊 please answer
Hello, Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
Chickenpox or Varicella in medical language is an infectious disease caused by the Varicella Zoster virus. This disease is characterized by the appearance of a rash in the form of a bump filled with water that spreads throughout the body accompanied by fever and symptoms due to other viral infections. In the medical world there is no pre chickenpox term. Once infected by this virus then causes symptoms, then someone is said to have chickenpox.
Disease caused by this virus can actually heal itself without getting special treatment. Healing that occurs is the role of the immune system that is formed after the virus enters the body. The immune system will live as long as human life so that it can prevent recurrence of chickenpox. But because of something (such as a low immune system or super viral infection) it can cause someone who has previously had chickenpox to experience this disease again. The medical treatment aims to accelerate healing and prevent complications of the disease and prevent transmission.
Have you checked your nearest doctor to make sure that you really have chickenpox? What you experience may be chicken pox, but it may not. The appearance of water-filled bumps on chicken pox can be minimal if your immune system is good or has run a varicella immunization before.
There is nothing you need to worry about excessively. if later the symptoms of chickenpox reappear, you can consult with the nearest doctor to obtain the necessary antiviral and multivitamin drugs.
Thus hopefully useful