Chickenpox in adults advice

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July 8, 2019
chickenpox in adults advice

Adults with chickenpox should stay off work until all the spots have crusted over. They should seek medical advice if they develop any abnormal symptoms, such as infected blisters.

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В  chickenpox symptoms in adults typically resemble those in children, but they can become more severe.

В  chickenpox usually affects children, but it can also occur in adults. In this article, we look at the specific symptoms and treatments of chickenpox in adults.

Chickenpox in adults can also cause inflammation of the brain (encephalitis) or an infection in the lungs (pneumonia), although this is rare.

В  what is chickenpox? Chickenpox (also called varicella) causes an itchy, blistering skin rash and mild fever. It is usually a mild disease that lasts for a short time in healthy children, but it can be more severe in adults.

Chickenpox is generally a childhood illness, but people of any age can still get it. While chickenpox can cause serious complications at any age, it tends to be more severe in adults than in children.

You should also get advice if you are originally from a country near the equator and have been exposed to chickenpox, as you are less likely to have been exposed to the disease as a child. Chickenpox is more common in adults from these areas, and you may need treatment to stop you becoming seriously ill.

Chickenpox is often easily recognised by its characteristic rash of small blisters. Adults are at greater risk of severe chickenpox, and chickenpox in pregnancy poses certain risks.

Chickenpox is usually mild and runs its course in five to 10 days, but it can cause more serious problems when teens and adults get it.