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How Long Does Cough Associated With Chicken Pox Last
Yes: You can get it from direct contrast too. If you've never had chicken pox or have not been vaccinated, best to stay away and avoid contact. ...Read more
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
My 3yr old has these red slightly raised patches on his skin, they look like thestart of chicken pox, but has been the same for days. Has cough, no fever?
My son has what looks like a chicken pox rash. He also has a persistent cough, fever, earache. He has eczema spots look like cold sites on this?
Rash w fever: He may not have chicken pox but certainly some viral exam rheumatoid infection call his pediatricuan or go to er. ...Read more
? last?: The chickenpox incubates for 10-21 days in the body before emerging as spots/complications. The person is considered contagious from the day before spots appear until the last spot has crusted & dried or 7 days, whichever is later. Rare cases have complications like pneumonia that put you in the ICU or result in death, so in some it lingers for weeks+. ...Read more
Air not infected: Chicken pox is transmitted from someone with the disease sneezing or coughing in your face, or from the liquid inside of the blisters coming into contact with your mouth, nose or eyes. The air is not really infected. ...Read more
Hard to say: Since it has only been in wide use in the us since the mid 90's, we don't have enough long term data available to be sure. Most research suggests that completion of the two dose series will produce lifeling immmunity in >95% of recipients. ...Read more
Range of issues: The kid with chickenpox has been incubating it in his or her system for 10-21 days by the time it erupts. It erupst in waves of new blisters for a period of up to 6 days and is contagious from 24-48 hours prior to eruption until the last new blister dries. It then takes a week or two for most of the blisrer sites to fade some. The skin may look irregular for a year or more at the site of some lesions. ...Read more
I am affected by chicken pox from last wed may'3. How long I have to wait for doing sex with my wife. Please be notice this query and reply as soon.
Chicken Pox: Once the lesions crust over you are no longer contagious. To be extra safe, wait one week after they crust over, then you can start having close contact. There is a Varicella vaccine, so discuss all immunizations with your Doctor to be sure you are up to date with current guidelines. Best wishes. ...Read more
Blisters dry ~7dys: Blisters come up in crops over about 7 days. The kid is considered contageous until the last blister is dry, but the general period of 7 days from first blister + 1-2 days before. The blister wound will dry and heal primaiily that first 7 days. It may take 6 wks for the skin to feel smooth where the spots were, and the skin pigment may irregular for a year. ...Read more
How long will chicken pox last in a 17 year old? It's been 6 days and my pox have yet to completely burst
Resolves in 2 weeks: It scabs normally in 5 days after the vescicules are noticed. Since the vescicles come in crops, the first appearing will dry and scab first and the latest ones will be last to dry. It will take its course and you have to be patient about it. In older children and adults the rash is usually worse than in Children ...Read more
Can someone tell me how long will my shingles last and be contagious to people who have not had chicken pox?
How long does the chicken pox vaccine last? My son is 2 and got it last year, just wondering if he can still get them? I had them at 5
About 4 years: Then a booster shot at age 4 will give lifelong protection. The shot only takes away about 80% of the chance of getting the disease, however, but it takes away all chance of dying from the disease - disease after the shot is quite mild. ...Read more
May need a booster: One dose of chickenpox vaccination will provide long term but probably not life long immunity. Immunity can be checked by a blood test. A booster maybe needed in the future. The effectiveness of the vaccination depends on the individual. Some people (1 in 5)will still get chickenpox despite the vaccination but they tend to get a much milder form of the disease. ...Read more
I just got a tetanus, chicken pox, and meningitis shot today. Is it normal for my whole body to be aching? How long should it last?
Yes: Immunizations can have side effects like the ones you are experiencing. They normally go away after a day or two. ...Read more
I received 5 vaccinations yesterday and now I feel terrible. How long would the side effects last. I got the polio meningococo chicken pox etc.....?
Initial Rxn 48h: The pain & discomfort of any big series generally clears in 48hrs. With the MMR young adults sometimes have some mild joint stiffness or pain that can last a week or so but may not show up for 1-2 wks. ...Read more
10 to 14 days:
It takes same time as rash over the body
It is anywhere from10 to 14 days ...Read more
How long does maternal immunity to chicken pox last in breast feed babies? Afraid as my 7 month baby exposed to his father diagnosed varcilla. Pl help
Baby's at risk: Maternal antibody passed during pregnancy will give 3-6 months of variable protection. The BF antibody is mostly IGA and provides some nonspecific protection but not enough to be protective. Some IGG comes across but the effect is minimal. Timing of the exposure to breakout as 10-21 days. Discuss with your doc if s/he thinks meds would help if infected. Most kids in this age group have a mild process ...Read more
Depends: The best answer depends on the perspective. If you count the 10-21 days that you incubate & have the quiet stage prior to breaking out it is quite long. A person becomes contagious a day or so before breaking out, has crops of new blisters for 3-5 days & then is not contagious after the last one dries out, about 6 days after the first spot. ...Read more
7-10 Days: About a week or until the last vessicle scabs over. About 7-10 days. ...Read more
Caused by the varicella-zoster virus, chicken pox results in a blister rash that starts on the stomach, back, and face and spreads throughout the entire body. These small itchy blisters eventually scab over. Associated symptoms include itching, fatigue, malaise, and a fever. The most effective method to prevent spreading of the varicella virus is ...Read more
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