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Does chicken pox cause delay in menstruation

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What could be the cause of chicken pox . I don't think I exposed myself to anything. ...

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I had a shot given to me at our local CVS on 12/23/13. Just two evenings ago I broke out all over with an itchy rash . Could this rash be a light case of chickenpox? Thank you very much.

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Hi, My daughter suffered two weeks back with chicken pox , now yesterday U found my wife also got chicken pox, now it looks third could be me. Is there any way now to prevent it? ...

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hi someone in the home has chicken pox . I am trying my best to avoid getting this as it seems ... fever , pains or itch and i begin taking this medication however i then find out it is not chicken pox ...

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Hi, i m 21 years old just want to ask..is there a possibility that a chicken pox can contribute in the delaying of my menstruation? thank you! ...

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but there are just few that came out they said maybe because this is her second time to have this chicken pox until april 14 she has chicken pox, and then about 3rd week and 4th week we had sex still unprotected we had ...

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Hi Doc, I m a 22 year old woman, recently have a chicken pox last sept. 5- sept 21 2015. I ve had my menstruation last sept. 22 and it ended up when chicken pox blisters began. My doctor prescribe me ...

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a regular cycle but this month I haven t menstruated, I am 6 days delayed. Could this be due to the chicken ...Hi doc, I am a 23 yr old female and was affected with chicken pox just after my period ended. I had ...

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to get chicken pox and until now i had not get my menses back...Can this be causing delay?? ...

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delay because of chicken pox? ...Helo doctor, I had last menses on 29 February and in between i had chicken pox and i took ...

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I had period on Feb 1 last month..i got affected by chicken pox from 15 Feb..till now i don t get next period. And i had milky discharge from my vagina and it don t odourless....in some time i thought ...

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I have chickenpox as an adult. This is the second time I have had it. It s only on my scalp and forehead. But, my eyelids are also inflamed. I am getting sharp pains from my scalp. Is that just caused ...

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My son has chicken pox really severely, but remains in good spirit. My concern is that he has 4 ... on the eye could cause any damage and should I consider going to Emergency? Or have I done everything ...

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My five yr old granddaughter has chicken pox and i cant remember if i had it or not. However ...,this being so contagious i should have gotten it from her! so i must of been ill with the chicken pox when i ...

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usually there is no need of antibiotics in chicken pox because it is caused by a virus. antibiotics are not effective against virus. but in some cases where there is secondary bacterial infection along with chicken pox antibiotics can be used.

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Hi dear. Nothing to worry. Chicken pox vaccine cannot cause active infection. Take care. Thanks.

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How to get rid of something "permanent". You are funny. I,too, had a scar right on my third eye area that persisted forever and now you would never know it was there. They do go away with age. You may hurry the process by using "exfoliants". women use these to peel off the outer area of the skin to reveal the youthful skin underneath. Use glycolic skin peel and follow the directions.