The highly contagious airborne disease chickenpox usually starts with a skin rash on the body and head, which becomes itchy, raw pockmarks, that usually heal without scarring.
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Chickenpox can also cause myalgia (muscle pain), itching, nausea, fever, headache, sore throat, pain in both ears.
Chickenpox can affect the skin and mucous membranes of any part of your body, including your genitals.
Normally, people recover fully from chickenpox and it does not affect life expectancy.
Turtles can't get chickenpox. Chickenpox affect humans and a few other primates.
Chickenpox does not affect fertility. Any woman can be infertile, but it has nothing to do with her chickenpox history.
Chickenpox primarily affects the skin and mucous membranes.
Chickenpox is a disease that is caused by the varicella zoster virus. Chickenpox usually starts with flu-like symptoms after which time red spots appear on the trunk of the body that quickly spreads to other parts. These spots develop fluid-filled blisters that can be very itchy. Chickenpox may cause a high temperature, vomiting and loss of appetite.
Yes, having chickenpox affects shingles. Anyone who has had chickenpox may get shingles in the future.
anyone who has not had it yet
Chickenpox and cowpox are 2 different viruses. Cowpox affects Cows mainly and chickenpox affect people.
Yes, chickenpox can occur on any skin or mucous membranes of your body.
Chickenpox causes small bumps that turn into blisters, sores, and crusts.
Chickenpox sores can affect the genitals or any other skin or mucous membranes.
You cannot get chickenpox twice. Your body adapts to the virus and you no longer break out. You can, however, get shingles later in life from the chickenpox virus still in your body.
Chickenpox bumps can be found on any skin or mucous membranes.
You are not likely to get chickenpox from someone if you had the vaccine. You can get shingles if you had chickenpox vaccine, but you don't catch shingles from someone. Shingles is caused by reactivation of chickenpox virus that is hidden in your own body after having chickenpox or getting the vaccine.
Chickenpox enters your body through the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory system. It is spread by droplet transmission (airborne) as well as by direct contact with wet chickenpox blisters or sores.
Chickenpox in children and adults is typically throughout the body. Shingles is likely to be found on only one part of the body.
Chickenpox enters the body through the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory system.
Chickenpox lesions usually show up first on the chest, head, and back. Then it spreads over the body.
You are not likely to get chickenpox if you had them before, but the virus stays in your body for life, and may be reactivated in the future to cause shingles. Between 20 and 30% of patients who had chickenpox get shingles later in life.
Humans and some primates are the only animals that get chickenpox. It does not affect other animals such as dogs and cats.
Chickenpox vaccine provides protection against the chickenpox virus, which can cause both chickenpox and shingles. Getting the vaccine reduces the risk of serious complications, which can occur in pregnant women with chickenpox as well as immunocompromised patients.its a practice for your body
Chickenpox on your penis will go away with time just as it disappears from other parts of your body.
Chickenpox virus remains in your body, and may be reactivated later to cause shingles.