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Chicken pox are small blisters that grown through the skin caused by a varicella-zoster virus. It comes from an Old English word called “gican” which means “to itch”. It is an old childhood disease that shows a freaky amount of water filled rash. A virus in this disease is the same as that causes herpes zoster or shingles in adults. When the body is infected by this virus, it automatically produces antibodies causing immunity from being infected by the same virus again.

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Muskan Posted: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 6:11:32 PM(UTC)

Chickenpox is dangerous disease, it can even cause hospitalization or death in kids.

Chickenpox cause sever skin infections, it can even damage brain and is most dangerous for babies, infants and aged people.

If you have forgotten to give Chickenpox Vaccine then go to your doctor with complete case history of your child.

If it is not given before, it can be given at later age so talk to doctor and go as per his suggestion.
Avinash Posted: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 1:43:59 PM(UTC)
My daughter get infected by the chickenpox almost every year from the 7 year to 9year, ( around 3 year) is it possible? we have not given her vaccines till date. noe she is 11 years old it possible to give the vaccines now?