How long the incubation period?

Incubation period. Symptoms typically begin 2-7 days after the bite of an infected mosquito.

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Exposed to someone with the flu 4 days ago. How long is incubation period? Are we in the clear?

A few days. The typical incubation period for influenza is 1-4 days (average: 2 days). Adults can be infectious from 1 day before onset of symptoms to 5-7 days after illness onset. Influenza is more infectious in children than adults. Read more...

How long is incubation period for chylmadia and herpes 1. Married. Had previous relationship before I met my husband.

STDs. Herpes one or "herpes simplex" is found in about 75% of humans and is usually transmitted during childhood from other family members. Once you are infected with herpes you are always infected with herpes. Chlamydia is instantly caught. There is no incubation period. Symptoms from chlamydia, if they arrive usually come on day three to five post exposure. Read more...

Can you get Coxsackie as an adult? How long is the incubation period for coxsackie?

Yes. It is generally less common. The incubation period is generally 2-5 days. All the best. Read more...
Possible in adults. Coxsackie virus usually occurs in children and presents with fever and rash. It can occur in adults. The incubation period is about 10 days. Read more...

How long is the incubation period between the time someone coughs or sneezes at me and the time I start feeling sick?

Depends on condition. Incubation period for common cold is. 2to3 days but sometimes symptoms can start after 12 hours as it depends on the virus . Same holds true for influenza average is 2 days .Other conditions like Pneumonia etc may have different incubation period . But on average most 2 to 3 days. But symptoms may start earlier at times after 12 hours. Read more...

My husband has scabies. How long is the incubation period and at what point at you contagious?

As long as 6 weeks. It can be as long as six weeks before symptoms appear, but a much shorter time is usual. Any time you have contact with someone who harbors the mite, you can catch it. Treatment for close contacts of affected persons is recommended. Read more...