In chicken pox
there is a characteristic pattern of rashes and it is easy to diagnose clinically. Fever with rash
on first or second day with mild decrease in platelet and predominant lymphocyte
, all this goes in favour of chicken pox.
Antiviral treatment started in initial 72 hrs of rash decreases the severity of skin lesions and complications.
So I will suggest you to continue the same and maintain proper hygiene to prevent infection in skin lesions. Repeat platelet count
after one week to monitor the platelet count. Be watchful for bleeding from any site.