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Infant suffering from small chicken pox. Suggest treatment? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 27-Sep-2013
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Doctor:good afternoon
User:good afternoon
User:my son 14 months suffering from small pox
Doctor:I am sorry
Doctor:small pox is eradicated from the world
Doctor:it no more exists in the world
Doctor:Do you mean chicken pox?
User:small chicken pox
Doctor:please proceed further
User:today is fourth day shall i bath him
User:still he is having scars in face
Doctor:you could give him sponge bath with lukewarm water
Doctor:gently wipe on the scars with clean cotton cloth
Doctor:are you there?
User:i have given MMR vaccination in his 9th month but still he is suffering
User:is thr any reason
Doctor:no reason as such
Doctor:it is normal to get chicken pox
User:any specific diet
Doctor:It is good in the sense it increases your son's immunity
Doctor:bland diet is fine
Doctor:Are you breastfeeding him?
Doctor:give him bland diet
Doctor:plain porridge
Doctor:corn flakes
Doctor:and oats
User:thanks for your time
Doctor:thank you too
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Doctor:How can I help you?
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User:recently i have done my hysteroscopy operation
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