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Chicken Pox

Chicken pox is a highly contagious viral disease mostly affects children’s, which cause intensely itchy, fluid-filled blisters that burst and form crusts. Child may generally feel unwell, with mild fever and a headache, just before the rash develops and for the first few days afterward. The symptoms appear 1-3 weeks after contact with the infection, and mostly recover within 7-10 days later.

Home Remedies
  • Baking soda: Add 2 tablespoons of baking soda to a bath water to reduce itching.
  • Oatmeal: A bath of oatmeal is a natural remedy for relieving the itch due to chicken pox (add oatmeal lotion to the bath water).
  • Neem: Lukewarm water baths with neem leaves will help to relieve the itching.
  • Sandalwood: Apply sandalwood oil from the first day of appearance of rash till the fall of scabs.
  • Honey: The skin should be smeared with honey for fast recovery.
  • Carrot and coriander: Drink the soup made up of carrot and coriander.
Do's
  • Take plenty of raw fruits and vegetable juice, especially lemon juice.
  • Patient should be kept in well-ventilated room.
  • Lukewarm water baths must be given every day to relieve itching.
  • Wear light, loose, nonitchy clothing. Avoid wool.
  • Cut child’s nails short to reduce damage from scratching.
  • Wear cotton gloves at night to prevent scratching during sleep.
Don’ts
  • Don’t scratch the blister which causes severe infection and scars.
  • Keep away pregnant women from infectious person.
See Doctor
  • Pus filled spots or blisters near the eyes.
  • Headache or earache, breathing problem, drowsiness, or convulsions.

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