Is Chicken Pox On The Scalp Can Disappear By Itself?
good night I widhi age 31 years I just had chicken pox in the body and also to the scalp, my question is it normal for my age to have had chicken pox, u0026amp; whether the scalp will disappear by itself? because it makes the head dizzy please help thanks previous
Good evening Widhi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Chickenpox is indeed a disease that often affects children, but in reality, chickenpox can affect everyone at any age, including adults. Especially if there really isn't a history of smallpox immunization in his childhood.
But unlike when you were a child, chicken pox suffered by adults is usually more severe, more difficult to heal and more susceptible to complications than when suffered by children. Therefore, if you have smallpox you should check with your dermatologist so that you can be diagnosed and monitored for the progress of the disease. Because, it is also not impossible that you experience it is not smallpox, but other conditions similar to allergies, certain viral infections, or disorders of the immune system. With a confirmed diagnosis, you can also be sure that the treatment you will receive is right.
While regarding the skin of the head, if you mean the scar, usually will be more trace, but this can be sought with special treatment from a dermatologist. But if what you mean is to focus more on the symptoms of discomfort that you feel now, you can tell your dermatologist to be given relief of symptoms such as pain relief or inflammation. For now, avoid scratching or scraping scars, get enough rest and don't rub too tight when bathing. So, hopefully answering your question.