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Is ampiclox good for chickenpox

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doctor1 MD

Hi, I recently found out that 2 of my female colleagues have caught chicken-pox. 1. Along with myself, I am worried about my wife's susceptibility to catching chicken-pox. My wife is 28 years old ...

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My brother just got some rashes which appears to be chicken pox . Since, my 3 months old son is in contact with him, so, if there is any chance of my son also to get infection. Whether, Chicken Pox in 3 months of age is dangerous. Shall we get in...

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Solutions to chickenpox ...

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I currently have chicken pox and it has started scabbing. It's almost certain my wife will get it as she has been with me all the time. The plan was for my wife to stay with her parents since they can take care of her better than myself in terms...

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wife got her First blister of Chicken pox 6 days before.Today son,3 years old,got his first blister. Doctor prescribed Atrax 5ml,2 times a day and calpol for fever.. 1. Can Son be with his Mom? will it increase the infraction if they share the...

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doesn t seems to be good enough.. Actually I am an ITP patient during past of about 5years back ...

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Can i use lacto calamime for my chickems scars,last year i have chickem pox bt the scars are still now not gone..the scars pn face has lighten bt on the body..so it is good to use lacto calamine ...

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good evening doctor. my granddaughter who is 1 just came down yesterday with chicken pocks. I am 53 and have had chicken pocks myself but my question to you is this, can I get shingles from this? I also work ...

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Good evening Sir My Name is syed from saidapet I got a Chicken Box from 12 of Sep and it will cure on 22 sep. i am married person so after 23 of sep shall i do sex to my wife or not. because our relation ...

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Good day, i had chicken pox about three weeks ago and in one week, it was clear for me to start my duty at my place of work as directed by my doctor. but this week am surprise that i have itching ...

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Hi good day! I m 21 years old and I m currently having chicken pox. It s all over my body including my back, legs, tummy, face and scalp. Wha ts bothering me the most is that i took a shower yesterday ...

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Sir.. My sister suffered from chickenpox. Now she was all good. It has been already 1 month from onset. Her scars and blisters are dried in the past weak. My question.. Can i go to her and take care ...

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I ve had chicken pox 4 days ago. Went to my doctor and was prescribed with Zinkolie cream to be applied on the blisters and was advised not to take a bath. But until now, no blisters have scabbed. The cream is water resistant. Should I remove the...

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I had chicken pox few weeks back ,and I have some scars now. How to remove those scars?

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what is tites for chicken pox - blood drawn/proof of immunity? i don t know what \

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doctor1 MD

yes. egg can be eaten

doctor1 MD

they generally takes time to go off completely, do not disturb the spots or press - that may cause the mark to stay. Good luck.

doctor1 MD

The marks fade away with time. You can use moisturizer and good sunscreen (with SPF above 30) to fasten recovery. However if they have been persisting for awhile you may try 1%hydroquinone creams