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Hello sir I was diagnosed with chicken pox yesterday I was given ciflox which contains ciprofloxacin bp500mg and para .will that help?

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Dr. Katharine Cox
Pediatrics - Emergency Medicine

In brief: No

Treat fever with acetaminophen every 4-6 hours.
The chickenpox needs to be treated with an anti viral medication such as acyclovir. No ASA or NSAID products. All the best and remember you were infectious before the rash developed and you are infectious until the rash is crusted. Avoid young children not immunized, people with trouble fighting disease and the elderly. All the best.

In brief: No

Treat fever with acetaminophen every 4-6 hours.
The chickenpox needs to be treated with an anti viral medication such as acyclovir. No ASA or NSAID products. All the best and remember you were infectious before the rash developed and you are infectious until the rash is crusted. Avoid young children not immunized, people with trouble fighting disease and the elderly. All the best.
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