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What are some symptoms of chickenpox in babies?
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In brief: Skin lesions
The easiest way to describe chickenpox is when you look at the skin lesions they all appear to be in different stages.
The rash you see goes from a pink dot, to small fluid filled blisters to lesions that appear crusted. Thy are all seen at the same time. Lesions crop up for about 5 days, everywhere. Including inside the mouth and other parts of the body. Very itchy. Also have fever, tired, aches.

In brief: Skin lesions
The easiest way to describe chickenpox is when you look at the skin lesions they all appear to be in different stages.
The rash you see goes from a pink dot, to small fluid filled blisters to lesions that appear crusted. Thy are all seen at the same time. Lesions crop up for about 5 days, everywhere. Including inside the mouth and other parts of the body. Very itchy. Also have fever, tired, aches.
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