Treatment For Chickenpox?
I only had chickenpox for 2 days, I was 18 years old. And this chicken pox spots a lot directly on the body, face, the top of the head, to the area around the genitals, is this a natural thing for people with chickenpox?
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Chickenpox, or in the medical realm is called varicella, is a disease caused by a viral infection. This virus can be transmitted very easily from other sufferers, namely through direct or indirect contact, as well as through inhalation of splashes of mucus from the respiratory tract of the patient. After being infected and going through an incubation period, often people with chickenpox will find a series of complaints, such as:
Skin rashes, which are runny, reddish, itchy and sometimes painful, appear starting from the middle body area (such as the stomach, back, and genitals) and then spread to the surrounding area (face, hands, and feet). This rash can spread quickly or slowly depending on the condition of each person. Therefore, it is not impossible that the rash spread as much and quickly as you experience today.
Limp, easily tired
More sensitive to glare, and so on
If you have ever seen your condition to a doctor and have been diagnosed with chickenpox, you should first undergo doctor's treatment properly. Also consider this treatment with natural treatment steps, such as increasing drinking water (at least 10 glasses per day), eating a variety of nutritious foods, adequate rest, and not too much physical activity. In order to avoid transmission, use a mask and avoid close physical contact with other people. Not only that, do not also squeeze or squeeze the smallpox rash that has not healed completely.
However, if in fact you have never seen a doctor, you should not rush to draw conclusions. Not infrequently, the clinical symptoms of chickenpox can be very similar to other diseases, such as scarlatina fever, shingles, atopic dermatitis, impetigo, and other skin infections and inflammation. Therefore, you first check with your doctor or dermatologist to be given a good treatment according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.