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Suggest treatment to cure chicken pox rashes - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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User:I am going through a irritating situation..I am suffering from chicken pox
User:though now it has been more than 7 days..there is no fever,body aches etc
User:but the rashes is simply not drying
User:please suggest some medicines so that the rashses dries quickly
User:I neeed to join office as quickly as apossible
Doctor:They dry off in 24 hours
Doctor:You can use LACTOCALAMINE lotion
User:I have used lactocalamine lotion in the face..blisters have been formed..should I add lactocalamine in my entire body?
User:yes ..but in the body the rashses sre not blistering even after application of Lactocalamine
Doctor:You can use Oatmeal baths
Doctor:Try to search for powders available in the pharmacy
Doctor:or even bath powders
User:Can you prescribe one?
Doctor:apply on these lesions and wash them off. Do not scrub
Doctor:Bath powders are available in every general store
User:Do they have any sideeffects?
Doctor:No it is natural
User:One more querry Dr. What is the best way to remove scar marks from the face quickly?
Doctor:Do you have any questions
User:What is the best way to remove scar marks from the face quickly?
Doctor:Most of them are superficial
Doctor:so they fade away in one month time
Doctor:and if you use medicine to remove them it takes the sameme ti
Doctor:same time
Doctor:so it does not make sense to use medicine to remove the scars
Doctor:The skin would be shed off
Doctor:and they fade away
Doctor:Did you follow what I said? Can you summarize our discussion?
User:yes doc ...thanks for your advice
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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