Below you will find several Chicken Pox rash pictures so that you can see the different levels of severity of the virus and how it may be affecting you or your child. As a child, the rash can be much more mild than an adult. Adults get the worse end of the condition, as it affects their immune system in a different way and can often be life-threatening. Many parents have their children purposely catch the virus so that the child doesn't have to deal with it at a later stage of life.
Either way, the Chicken Pox is not a fun disease to have. It is extremely itchy and uncomfortable. You want to make sure to avoid others while you have it for several weeks, otherwise you risk infecting someone else. It's best to avoid school or work – any environment where there is people. If you have a child with the virus, and another child is in the house that hasn't had it, you might as well allow them to spread it amongst each other. It'll be much easier to have both the kids deal with the condition than doing it seperately at different stages.
These images should help you diagnos your condition. By viewing Chicken Pox rash pictures, you will be able to see what stage of the virus you're currently at and whether or not it in fact is the contagious skin condition. Some of the pictures you can click on to view a larger size of.
I've included some charts so you can see the different stages of the virus and see where you may be at.
As you can see from this Chicken Pox rash pictures, traditionally the rash will be on the body and develop in about 10 days. Want to know how you can cure the virus and rash in 3 days or less?
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