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Do chicken pox or flea bites look different?

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Dr. Joel Gallant
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Very different

Flea bites are usually small red dots or bumps, especially around the ankles (near the carpet).
The lesions of chickenpox start as blisters on top of red skin, occurring all over the body. They then open, ooze, and finally crust over.

In brief: Very different

Flea bites are usually small red dots or bumps, especially around the ankles (near the carpet).
The lesions of chickenpox start as blisters on top of red skin, occurring all over the body. They then open, ooze, and finally crust over.
Dr. Joel Gallant
Dr. Joel Gallant
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