a virus (varicella) infection that is very contagious. there is a vaccine which can build immunity to the infection. if you had chicken pox as a child, the virus is dormant in your body. when your immune system weakens with age the infection resprouts as shingles.
The varicella-zoster virus causes chickenpox. Most cases occur through contact with an infected person. The virus may be contagious several days before blisters appear,and it remains contagious until all blisters have crusted over. It is spread through saliva,coughing,sneezing and contact with blisters.
Every one has chicken pox, it is a virus in the body ready to explode one day. After it exploded, your body is better immune to other infections
by Beani 6 years ago
What do you think about a Chicken Pox Party?Parents taking their young children to friends houses to gather in hopes they will catch the chicken pox. It is MUCH worse when your an adult. Thoughts?
by ftclick 5 years ago
OK, I finally got it as an adult in my late 30s. What a horrible time to get it,especially when traveling abroad.It started out as a fever for 2 days, then itching near my neck, showed a small rash afterwards, then a few bumps on my chest, stomach and face 3rd day. 4th day many more bumps in all of...
by ngureco 6 years ago
What Does Chicken Pox Got To Do With Chicken?What causes chicken pox? What are the systems of chickenpox and how is treated?
by PhoenixV 6 years ago
What are the Symptoms Of Chicken Pox?What are the symptoms, causes and treatments for chicken pox?
by Jon 5 years ago
Should my wife tell me when daughter got chicken pox ?I'm sharing custody of our kid and my sister is about to have twins so it is important to know when my girl got chicken pox , sin order not to infect the new borns, but wife won't return sms messages or talk a word to me about it ( or anything)...
by James Kobzeff 5 years ago
What is a "fever blister"?I recently developed a very painful blister on my lip that is commonly called a "fever blister". So what is it, what causes it, and what is the best remedy to get rid of it?
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