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Is Many Small Blisters Vesicles A Symptom Of Chicken Pox
FeveRashIrritability: Babies with chicken pox have Fever and rash on the body.The rash is vescicular and itchy and comes in crops,that is few new lesions every day for about 5 days.The rash becomes vescicular filled fluid and then dries up,scabs and scabs fall leaving some superficial scars.Patients also may have irritability,sore throat ,Rash can be in the mouth,eyes,etc.e ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Is there a link between Herpes Simplex Virus that causes a Herpetic Whitlow and The chicken pox virus?
Herpes cousins: Actually yes indeed. The virus that causes herpetic whitlow- usually HSV-1 (but sometimes HSV-2) is related to the same virus that causes chicken pox. We call that virus VZV or varicella zoster virus. These viruses are found in the 'herpes' family of viruses. Great observation. I hope though you're not suffering too badly from these nasty viruses. There is a chickenpox vaccine out there BTW. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is none: There is no common groung.Small Pox is caused by Vaccinia virus and Herpes Gladitorium is caused by Herpes Type 1 virus which commonly causes oral herpes or cold sores and is common in wrestlers. Small Pox has been wiped out and we do not see this disease any more and we do not vaccinate against it any more ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Among other things. Get it looked at please. ...Read more
Is there a visual distinction from a lupus sore or cancer sore? Small scab at tip of nose. Scab not healing. I have sle with discoid as symptom
There is a cluster of little whitish pus filled bumps that don't itch but the have come in different areas of the genital region?
Not really: A family of dna viruses known to cause human disease includes the herpes simplex strains that are well known to cause herpes i and ii (cold sore, genital sores)and herpes zoster that cause chickenpox and shingles.There are other herpes viruses that cause human disease but these are the ones under discussion. They are not the same virus. They may be cars but ones a chevy and the other a dodge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rash, fever: Chicken pox will most often start off as a rash . The rash often starts out on the abdomen, and is papulopustular in appearance. Itching is quite common. There may be associated fever, and upper respiratory symptoms. Babies may get quite sick from the chicken pox so if unvaccinated, should seek medical care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possiblility that an initial herpetic vaginal outbreak can come in form of itchy surround areas, a SINGLE bump that is gradually flattening no pain?
Very itchy small bumps on left side of penis that scabbed over in 5 days is this an early symptom of HIV?
Yes!: Herpes zoster, also known as shingles, is a contagious viral infection. It is a reactivation of the varicella virus that causes chickenpox. You would be contagious to someone who who has never had chickenpox before or has never been vaccinated. You should keep the area covered at all times and wash your hands often. Stay clear of pregnant women, infants and immunocompromised people. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some times: Vaccine gives such side effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
Single, small blister on arm. Blister is pea-sized, clear fluid filled -similar to a burn. Mild pain, arm sore. Possible causes? Spider? Treatment?
Don't pop it.: Observe for increasing redness/tenderness.If gets worse,c ur PCP for evaluation and treatment. Fire ant bites cause tender small pustules. ...Read more
Rash, fever: Chicken pox in a baby will start as a rash just as it would in older children. The rash often starts out on the abdomen, and is papulopustular in appearance. Itching is quite common. There may be associated fever, and upper respiratory symptoms. Babies may get quite sick from the chicken pox so if unvaccinated, should seek medical care. ...Read more
Chicken pox shingles: There are at least 8 herpes viruses that all share a very similar genetic makeup. Varicella zoster is the chicken pox virus that affects children. It may remain dormant for years then reappear in the elderly or earlier if your immune system is compromised. Once reactivated it can cause "shingles." it is then referred to as herpes zoster. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exanthems: Here is a link with descriptions of the 5 viral exanthems of childhood: http://childrensnational.org/choose-childrens/conditions-and-treatments/skin-disorders/viral-exanthems-rashes?sc_lang=en ...Read more
What diet should be taken during chicken pox , my boyfriend is suffering from chicken pox , n he is having high fever n small blister al over his body?
Needs good hydration: Drink lots of liquids. Other than that, eat a normal diet as tolerated. If he's not hungry, don't worry about that too much as long as he's drinking well. If he's hungry, he should eat. If there are sores in the mouth, then salty or spicy or acidic foods might be painful, so stick with bland foods for the time being. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can I have chicken pox?How fast do they spread? My rash is red bumps that resemble small blisters ans they itch.
Maybe,maybe not: Cpx is a contagious disease that can spread via droplet contact to anyone who is not immune to the disease. The incubation averages 2 wks & the rash starts out like small bumps that enlarge & fill with fluid before opening & crusting all in 1-2 days. Often starting around the neck/face, they can progress to involve any skin surface. Blisters continue to come out for 6-7d. ...Read more
Possibly: Most of the average 200 spots of a chickenpox breakout will leave no scars. They occur in the top layer of the skin so little disruption occurs for most.However, a contamination of the initial blister with other germs like staph or strep & scratching by the patient can sometimes aggravate some if the spots & leave scars. ...Read more
Maybe,maybe not: Chickenpox tends to come out in crops of new blisters every few hours for 4-6 days. They change through stages from the initial bump, to blister, to open & drain, all within 24hrs. The average kid gets about 200 spots.There are many blistering processes & an office visit can decide what your baby has for sure. ...Read more
I have chicken pox and have blisters all over my body. Is it true that if i puncture the blisters they leave a permanent scar?
Chicken pox scars: Blisters represent a partial thickness limited injury to the skin that will heal in three weeks without scar, similar to a second degree burn. However, broken blisters may expose the deeper dermis to infection, dessication, or additional trauma that may cause full thickness injury and resultant scar that may be permanent. Best not to disturb pox blisters, and try to keep the broken ones clean. ...Read more
Suffered from chicken pox 3weeks ago.All blister crusted over.Is it possible to still develop chicken pox again after 3 weeks.Symptons dizziness tired?
No to recurrence: As far as chickenpox with blistering goes you are done with it. The tiredness or dizziness you feel can be residual to the original disease.In adults it does produce a mild multi-system pattern of inflammation that can take a while to resolve. This is seen on testing as a mild hepatitis and irritation of the central nervous system. Report any progressive symptoms or new fever to your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone has shingles how can they spread chicken pox do you need to touch the blisters or by airborne or be in the same room for more then 10 mins ?
Contact: Each one of the blisters contain the chickenpox virus. Keeping it covered and careful hand washing should prevent passing on the virus. Avoid contact with high risk groups, the young unimmunized, the elderly and anyone else with difficulty fighting infection. It is not airborne. All the best. ...Read more
My son got chicken pox last Saturday they don't seem to be turning into blisters they seem all red. I have been told he can go back to school on 22may?
I would return to: the Doctor for reassessment. The diagnosis is in question if no blisters are forming. Additional tests can confirm whether it is chicken pox/variella or not. It may be another viral illness with rash; perhaps not even an infectious disease. With correct diagnosis school recommendations can be given. The general recommendation is return to school when all spots are scabbed but if no blisters/scabs? ...Read more
May not be CPx: The chickenpox is one infection that is marked well by it's characteristic rash. It forms from a small pimple like bump, enlarges, blisters and begins to scab over in less than a day. The average kid has 200+ spots, but some have few and may go un-noticed. If the process you think is cpx does not blister, i would consider other diagnosis from the many rash producing agents.Blood tests could confirm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am on 12th day of chicken pox no more new blisters only 3 of them are in process of crusting can i drink cola and also eat nuts?
Seems like..: Seems like you are getting better and you are at the tail end of your disease. Yes you can drink cola and eat nuts! ...Read more
I got chicken pox 2 weeks ago now my blisters had fall out.but if am going out in sun it's itching a lot in my body.what to do to cure it?
Time: will get better as time goes on. Avoid anything the irritates the skin ...Read more
Chicken pox: Yes. It may not necessarily help, but it certainly will not hurt. ...Read more
My 2an a half year old has spots it isnt chicken pox they don't have blisters just red raised spots
Hi doc, I am suffering from chicken pox right now.. And it's been 6 days but still d blisters are red and filled with fluids. What should I do..
Patience: I am sorry to hear you got varicella. What you describe sounds like the usual progression of the disease. At this point, these blisters must be in your extremities. Just keep good hygiene. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to speed up this process. Be patient and enjoy your time off as much as possible. ...Read more
Recurring (every couple of years) blister below my shoulder blade. Painful, inflamed & always occurs in exact same spot. I've never had chicken pox.
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