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Chickenpox and menstruation
I have got chickenpox on 15 Feb and got my menstruation (period ) on 19 Feb. Is it normal to have chicken pox and period menstruation at same time plz tell m concerned . Can it have any bad effect???
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It is normal.
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chickenpox is a viral infection. and menstruation is a normal process.
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Hi ,it's normal no problem
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No problem mam
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Hi dear, its nothing to worry. There is nothing wrong to get your menses when you are having chickenpox. If your menses is regular no problem. If you have any concern you can call us or visit our clinic.
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Homeopathy has medicine for your condition. Chat online ll guide u
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Hi dear don't worry no problem Take rest and healthy vegetarian food Plenty of fluids
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