16 Dis 2010

Chicken Pox ...Jintungan

Hari  ni  semua  anak  saya  telah  dijangkiti  chicken  pox.At  first  yang  sulung  saje,then  after  2  weeks  dia  dah  ok, cuma  tinggal  parut  je..dan  anak yang ketiga  mula  nampak  2 3  bijik tumbuh  kat  muka  dan  dada. Ruam  kecik-kecik  tetaoi  berair.Tangan  anak saya  asyik  nak  menggaru  je..mungkin  tak  tahan  gatal la  tu..Bila  dah  kena  sorang , chicken  pox  ni  akan  berjangkit-jangkit  pada  orang  yang  belum  pernah  kena  terutamanya budak-budak.Akhirnya  semua  dah  kena...dan  tiga  kali  saya  pergi  ke  klinik  yang  sama untuk ambik  stok  ubat...

Ubat  untuk  chicken  pox : Ubat  demam , ubat tahan  gatal ( sama  ubat  untuk  selesema),ubat  anti  virus  dan krim  untuk  sapu  pada  ruam.

Saya  hendak  berkongsi  dengan  kawan-kawan  sedikit  info  berkaitan  chicken  pox ni...hasil  dari  googles..

What Is Chickenpox?
Chickenpox is caused by a virus called varicella zoster. People who get the virus often develop a rash of spots that look like blisters all over their bodies. The blisters are small and sit on an area of red skin that can be anywhere from the size of a pencil eraser to the size of a dime.
You've probably heard that chickenpox are itchy. It's true. The illness also may come along with a runny nose and cough. But the good news is that chickenpox is a common illness for kids, and most get better by resting just like you do with a cold or the flu.
And the really good news is that, thanks to the chickenpoxvaccine, lots of kids don't get chickenpox at all. Kids who do get it after they've gotten the shot often get less severe cases, which means they get better quicker.
What Happens When You Have Chickenpox?
Chickenpox may start out seeming like a cold: You might have a runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, and a cough. But 1 to 2 days later, the rash begins, often in bunches of spots on the chest and face. From there it can spread out quickly over the entire body — sometimes the rash is even in a person's ears and mouth.
The number of pox is different for everyone. Some people get just a few bumps; others are covered from head to toe. At first, the rash looks like pinkish dots that quickly develop a small blister on top (a blister is a bump on your skin that fills up with fluid). After about 24 to 48 hours, the fluid in the blisters gets cloudy and the blisters begin to crust over.
Chickenpox blisters show up in waves, so after some begin to crust over, a new group of spots might appear. New chickenpox usually stop appearing by the seventh day, though they may stop as early as the third day. It usually takes 10-14 days for all the blisters to be scabbed over and then you are no longer contagious.
Besides the rash, someone with chickenpox might also have astomachache, a fever, and may just not feel well.

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