is a viral infection. It is caused by the varicella-zoster virus. It is
a disease that is highly contagious. It shows up as skin rashes with
blister formation followed by scabs, sometmes presenting with fever
also. It spreads via droplets discharged when an infected person
sneezes or coughs. The infection can be contracted by touching the
fluid of the blisters of chicken pox as well. Chicken pox usually
affects children although it can affect adults also. Homeopathic
remedies for chickenpox stimulate the natural healing processes of the
body to heal the person naturally.
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can heal people with viral infections and the symptoms that they cause
such as those of chicken-pox. Homeopathic remedies are designer made
for chicken pox and each individual may be given a different remedy
based on the symptoms and signs. A qualified, licensed Homeopathic
doctor should be consulted for the same - avoid self-medication.
symptoms and signs of chicken-pox appear between 7 and 21 days after
exposure to the varicella-zoster virus. The initial symptoms of
chicken-pox are unclear but may include headaches, fever, loss of
appetite, nausea, tiredness and body pain. After these symptoms,
fluid-filled vesicles/blisters erupt on the skin. Soon after, the
eruptions turn into pustules - pus-filled eruptions. The eruptions then
break open and the fluid oozes out. Later, scabs form over the
eruptions. At any given moment, simultaneously, the blistering
eruptions and eruptions with crusts both may be present. The eruptions
appear first on the face and torso and then spread to other areas of
the body. The eruptions - especially in the blister stage - may itch
severely. However, scratching the eruptions should be avoided as it
enhances the likelihood of severe skin infection. In severe cases, the
eruptions can spread to the throat, the eyes and the mucous membranes
of the anal area and urethra. It generally takes between 7 and 10 days
for all the eruptions to get scabbed over and start healing. A person
infected with chicken-pox is contagious from one or two days before the
eruptions show up and will continue to be contagious until all the
eruptions get covered with scabs.
may lead to complications like dehydration, pneumonia, toxic shock
syndrome, encephalitis (brain-infection) and/or bacterial skin
infection. If a pregnant lady develops chicken-pox, then some
complications may develop in the baby including low weight at birth,
brain damage, shortened limbs, vision problems like cataract or a
life-threatening chicken-pox infection.
a chicken-pox infection, the causative varicella-zoster virus remains
dormant in the nerve cells. The virus can get re-activated at any time
during that formerly infected person's lifetime and cause shingles (the
medical term for which is herpes zoster), especially when the immunity
is lowered. Another complication called medically as post-herpetic
neuralgia (pain after herpes) may occur after a herpes zoster infection.