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Answered 2006-08-24 09:11:34

Chicken pox tends to be more like little clusters of blisters, rather than red pustules. Check behind her ears to see if she has any spots or blisters there as they are nearly always present behind the ears. Also if your daughter has already had a bout of chicken pox it is quite unlikely that she has it again. I think you may need to get your daughter checked by your Dr to get a correct diagnosis. I've included some links for you to check what chicken pox looks like. Chicken%20Pox.ppt


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