Chicken Pox, Secondary infection from Blisters. Effectiveness of Augmentin? High fever not abating

Needs review . Is a reasonable choice but sometimes aggressive intravenous antibiotics are needed. Advise urgent medical assessment to exclude serious complications .
Should work. How long have you been on it? If you re still feeling ill you should get checked out.

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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?

Steroid/antiitche . U treat the symptoms which is itching & picking. Steroid &anti itching creams r ur cheapest using otc products. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) also will help. If not enough c ur pcp for stronger strength steroid cream & if bad enough u may need a Medrol dosepack. Read more...
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 more...
Hydrate & keep moist. The most important treatment for small pox is to keep hydrated. Drink plenty of water. The next step is to try to keep the lesions from scarring. This is best achieved by keeping all the lesions moist. Vasaline is the easiest tx; keep the lesions gooey as much as possible. They are very itchy so please don't pick or scratch them. Read more...

I've got vaccinated from chicken pox after exposure. After 2weeks from vaccination, I have a fever and blisters. Is it chicken pox?

Can't diagnose with. This info, but the time frame sounds correct. The incubation period for development of chickenpox is 10 to 21 days after exposure (to chickenpox or shingles). Read more...
Varicella. Sounds like it. Generally takes about 2 or more weeks to develop immunity following administration of a vaccine, and the first symptoms after exposure of an individual to somebody with active chickenpox is about 14 days. Suspect you have chickenpox. Read more...
Maybe. It is possible to get a few blisters in the area where you got the chicken pox shot. If they are elsewhere, then it is most likely another type of rash. If the blisters are in the area of the shot, i.e. Within a few inches, then the liquid in those blisters could transmit the virus to others, so you should keep them covered with clothing until they heal in a week. Read more...

Severe tonsillitis infection with pus patches and high fever sinc 3 days Med:augmentin, lincomycin, chymoral forte. Nothing looks like working. Pls help?

Tonsillitis. I would recommend being seeing by an Otalaryngologist or ENT or Emergency Room as soon as possible. It looks like your treatment is ineffective, and your current infection could compromise your breathing or ability to drink fluids. Read more...