URGENT HELP REQUIRED

URGENT HELP REQUIRED

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Does touching a person who was infected by chicken pox a few days back cause problems to me meaning could I get chicken pox even though that person was affected a week back

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yes its highly contageous if you’ve never had chicken pox before…

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@nujabs55 wrote:

yes its highly contageous if you’ve never had chicken pox before…


Shits how could i prevent it

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@parikhmanaal156 wrote:

@nujabs55 wrote:

yes its highly contageous if you’ve never had chicken pox before…


Shits how could i prevent it


I mean i just touched him once but….

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@parikhmanaal156 wrote:

@parikhmanaal156 wrote:

@nujabs55 wrote:

yes its highly contageous if you’ve never had chicken pox before…


Shits how could i prevent it


I mean i just touched him once but….

ya bro..not even touching..it can happen through air if the infected person is around… but i dont think its life threatening and they say everyone gets it once in their life.. so you should be fine in a few days.. just google what you can do to suppress the itching.. it gets really bad..

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1- Complete isolation of person n surroundings…
http://www.wikihow.com/Treat-Chickenpox-a...me
whoever u r pls control by all means itching…..do to a dr./ homeopathic ones also will do…

use neem leaves
These are the ways that people in India adopt to use neem leaves for chicken pox. You should do all the listed things and not one or two of them.
Hang neem fronds all around the bed of the patient.
Use neem fronds as a fan. Fan the patient with neem fronds.
Prepare a paste of neem leaves by crushing them with water. Apply this neem paste onto the skin of the patient. If the patient is a kid, omit this step.
Once the disease is cured and the scabs have dropped off the skin, give the patient neem bath. For this, soak neem leaves in warm water and bathe with this water.
http://www.rapidhomeremedies.com/remedies-for-c...

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@nujabs55 wrote:

@parikhmanaal156 wrote:

@parikhmanaal156 wrote:

@nujabs55 wrote:

yes its highly contageous if you’ve never had chicken pox before…


Shits how could i prevent it


I mean i just touched him once but….

ya bro..not even touching..it can happen through air if the infected person is around… but i dont think its life threatening and they say everyone gets it once in their life.. so you should be fine in a few days.. just google what you can do to suppress the itching.. it gets really bad..


Thanks for help i will stay far from him and i even took a bath with dettol and recently I completed a course for anitbiotics for another disease

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bro but chill if you dont see any symptoms.. not like you’ll get it for sure and even if you do you wont die…

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Go and sit on a neem tree for few hours. Better make a machan and sleep there inside a mosquito net for few days if any rashes have developed https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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I did not get even after touching or being in the vicinity of affected individual. In college once my friend got it and was isolated for 3-4 days till its confirmed and taken home and I was near the friend (taking food,water…) for few minutes all these 3-4 days. It all depends on your immunity…..etc. But myself had once caught chicken pox in childhood and got over.

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@caks2006407 See
Once you have had chickenpox, you usually develop antibodies to the infection and become immune to catching it again. However, the virus that causes chickenpox, the varicella-zoster virus, remains inactive (dormant) in your body’s nerve tissues and can return later in life as an illness called shingles.
Be careful @parikhmanaal156
It usually takes 10 to 21 days for chickenpox symptoms to appear after exposure to an infected person. – See more at: http://www.adultvaccination.org/vpd/chickenpox/...

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How is it spread?
Chickenpox spreads easily. It is most contagious on the day before the rash appears.

It spreads from person to person through direct contact with the virus. You can get chickenpox if you touch a blister or the liquid from a blister. You can also get chickenpox if you touch the saliva of a person who has chickenpox. The virus enters the body by the nose or mouth and can make you sick, too.

It can also be spread to you through the air if you are near someone with chickenpox who is coughing or sneezing.

A pregnant woman with chickenpox can pass it on to her baby before birth.

Mothers with chickenpox can also give it to their newborn babies after birth.

The only way to stop the spread of the virus from person to person is to prevent infected people from sharing the same room or house with healthy people, which isn’t a practical solution. Chickenpox cannot be spread through indirect contact.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC27....

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@reviveme wrote:

@caks2006407 See
Once you have had chickenpox, you usually develop antibodies to the infection and become immune to catching it again. However, the virus that causes chickenpox, the varicella-zoster virus, remains inactive (dormant) in your body’s nerve tissues and can return later in life as an illness called shingles.
Be careful @parikhmanaal156
It usually takes 10 to 21 days for chickenpox symptoms to appear after exposure to an infected person. – See more at: http://www.adultvaccination.org/vpd/chickenpox/...


Thx. good information. you seem to be from medical field.

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For an adult who has never been infected by chicken pox, there is now the option of Vaccination – 2 doses, 28 days apart.

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Order a neem tree. Just sit back & relax.#Nachoo https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_wink.gif

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@caks2006407 No, not from medical field. But was a victim of Chicken pox 10 years ago, so little aware about it.

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