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Red bites and welts on body, swollen ankles, cold sweats, dizziness. Chicken pox?

Im 20 year sold and have seemed to have contracted chicken pox i think, we havent been able to go to the doctor becaus ewe havent got anymoney till my pay comes through in 3 days, iwas wondering if you could help. 2 nights ago i had a very uncomfortable sleep, that mornign i was covered in red bite marks and some welts, my today my ankles swollen and i cant eat or drink th ewelts or bites/sores have turned black and are most painful ive gotten cold sweats dizziness so i was just wondering is this chicken pox
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Yes i think u are suffering from chickenpox.when it
Occurs in adults in adults it will be severe.prodromal symptoms like fever.cough are mosst common .nect red blisters or vesicles appears and heals by scab formation.use of antiviral.antibiotic.antihistamine and apply calak lotion
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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