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Chickenpox is a very mild disease and it isnt very harmful You will need to know some things about the disease like what it is how you can get it where it is located on the body what treatments are used to cure it who can get it how and if it can be prevented and what the long-term effects are and if it is life-threatening You may already know about chickenpox but you will find out more information as it is being explained in this reportChickenpox is a very contagious disease caused by a herpes virus This herpes virus is called varicella-zoster virus VZV VZV can take over nerve cells and go into a dormant or sleeping state Some years later the person can contract it again but it will be a more serious disease called shinglesYou can contract chickenpox by breathing in contaminated moisture droplets from the nose throat or skin from the infected person If you come in direct contact from that person you can also get the disease A person can get chicken pox at any time of the year Day care centers and schools are places where a child or person are most likely to get chickenpox Chickenpox shows up as red spots on the skin It can start out as a mild fever with cold like symptoms then a rash or red spots fluid filled blisters and last crust or scabsChickenpox is not likely to be found inside the body You will find it all over the skin surface Chickenpox is known to show up on the skin as red spots They can be found on your back arms legs basically everywhereThere are many treatments for chickenpox Some of the treatments may be bed rest oatmeal baths and calamine lotion Calamine lotion is the most common type of treatment for chickenpox Cool baths and acetaminophen are used to help reduce fever Acyclovir an antiviral drug can also help the
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