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I have 3 hundred chicken pox on my body. Should i worry about my internal pains?

sore chest , minor pain when breathing. unconfortable pinchin pain in my stomach, sore throat plus i have 3 hundred chicken pox on my body. Should i worry about my internal pains? Could it be fatal? I have no allergies. No medical conditions. No medications. i am a perfectly health 9 years old boy. (Question by father) ty
Asked On : Tue, 15 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care majic.chicken pox is viral disease which affects all mucous members of the body inside and outside.This is a infections disease.As lesions you see on body and mouth same lesions will be there inside stomach and intestine.This cause sore throat,pain while eating and discomfort.Give him more liquids ,light and nutritious diet he will recover well.For pain you can give him medicines as advised by his doctor.
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