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Dr. Oscar Novick answered:

My 6yro has red itchy bumps strtd on legs Look like poison ivy but no clus/streaked Some healed w/ drk spot in mid but more formd & sprding. Chickpox?

Red itchy bumps

Head
It is not chicken pox because chicken pox starts in the head and works its way down the body. Moreover, the rash is usually blistery. Red bumps may indicate hives
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Childhood illnesses I have never had mumps. measels, chickpox or any other childhood health issue even though all of my 4 siblings did. I am now 45, do I still need to be worried about being infected around kids?

Immunization

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We're you fully immunized? If so, you should be protected. If you don't know and cannot access your immunization records, you can have blood testing done to determine your immunity level. If you are not immune to these, you should be immunized as soon as possible! Chicken pox is still prevalent, and the measles virus is starting to make a comeback.
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What is the cure for chicken pox?

Depends

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Most chickenpox will self heal over a week or so in kids.There are antiviral medications that can suppress the intensity of the illness if taken early in the illness, but these are not recommended for most natural cases in kids. Adults should receive treatment because of the amplified intensity and complications involved.
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Dr. Jay Park answered:

What is the best cure for chicken pox?

None

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Except for unusual circumstances, chickenpox is a self-limiting condition in normal healthy individuals.
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Dr. Joel Gallant answered:

How to get rid of chicken pox fast?

You can't

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Chickenpox has to run its course.
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Dr. Natalie Geary answered:

How can you stop chicken pox faster?

Viral

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Chicken pox is a virus. best treated by lots of fluids, aavoid sun, and avoid itching.
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how can you cure chicken pox I you don't have the vaccine?

Depends

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Most chickenpox will self heal over a week or so in kids.There are antiviral medications that can suppress the intensity of the illness if taken early in the illness, but these are not recommended for most natural cases in kids. Adults should receive treatment because of the amplified intensity and complications involved.
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how do you cure chicken pox in a child?

There is none

There is no cure for vericalla once obtained.
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Can chicken pox be contracted a second time if once cured?

Confusing question

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Chicken pox heals over time by itself. Any medication taken during the illness (Zovirax) may help reduce the intensity of the illness but it does not "kill" the chicken pox virus or change the timetable of resolution. If you have had chickenpox , your body will develop antibodies that prevent a future case. The medication does not alter that process.
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Dr. Barry Press answered:

How can I quickly cure chicken pox scars?

Improve, not remove.

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Scars cannot be removed but there is a large variety of techniques to improve their appearance, both surgical and non-surgical. They also improve with time. See a dermatologist or board-certified plastic surgeon to evaluate your options. Good luck!
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