What Does Chicken Pox Look Like In A Child Who Has The Vaccination?


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Akshay Kalbag Profile
Akshay Kalbag answered
Chicken pox is a highly contagious (but not fatal) disease which occurs mostly in children, which is caused by the varicella-zoster virus. The virus which causes chicken pox, namely the varicella-zoster virus, is abbreviated as VZV.

Irrespective of whether a child who has been afflicted with chicken pox has been vaccinated or not, the disease is characterised by such symptoms as moderate fever and characteristic spots which appear in two or three waves, which appear on the hands and body of the child. These spots become itchy and raw pox, which are also called pocks or pock-marks. These pock marks are small, open sores. These sores heal mostly without scarring the skin.

Children who suffer from chicken pox must stay at home (that is, away from school and other activities) for an incubation period of between 10 days and about two weeks, until the pock-marks or scabs have dried and fallen off.
nika laplante Profile
nika laplante answered
Red dot  everywhere don't touch
alison Profile
alison answered
Like red blisters behind the ears and body then they pop in about a week and go crusty the shouldnt get such a bad case because they've had the vaccination
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Chicken pocks look like little red dots that are  around your whole body... They itch really bad and they should go away only if you take a tomato soup bath and it should"nt  go away until 7 to 10 days maybe earily

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