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Chickenpox

Also called: Varicella, Chickenpox Virus, Chicken Pox

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have you had chickenpox before? if not, you should be immune after this infection. rarely, you can get reinfected again by chickenpox. to answer your...
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Hi! A long as your son is not in the house then it should be safe 
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Exposure to infectious diseases, like chicken pox, does not mean that you can spread it to others. You would actually need to have chicken pox...
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Hi You could end up getting shingles, so just watch out.Good Luck
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They are the same virus, but I have to say that I have never seen chicken pox caused by exposure to a herpetic whitlow in 40+ years of medical...
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Yes. Re-exposure to the chicken pox virus in a vaccinated person may result in shingles.
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No....you already have shingles. It is just in remission; suppressed by your immune system. You can get a shingles relapse at any time, but a new...
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It is highly possible. People do not have to have had chicken pox in order to get shingles.
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Possibly. Children who get chicken pox at a very young age (a baby) or even get a vaccination before age one often do not maintain an immunity. And...
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No a chicken pox shot will not leave any spot or mark. You would need to have a varicella blood titer to determine if you had the vaccine (or the...
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Chicken pox does not last TWO MONTHS, so your diagnosis is not correct. I suggest that you see a medical professional so that you can be properly...
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My husbands father had them and I also worked in the medical field. Yes they are . They can also cause terrible pain.
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Yes...there is a correlation. Chicken pox, shingles, and other forms of herpes (cold sores/fever blisters and even, genital herpes) are ALL caused by...
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It is common to have mild adverse reactions to vaccinations. I would consult your doctor if they persist.
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It would not be likely that you would catch shingles or chicken pox from this very cursory contact of just running together. If you did have a close...
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