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Chickenpox
There are red boils...like pimple, in all over my body... It started from foot and speaded all over the body.. it comes till my neck... My mother is saying its chickenpox... It has been 12 days now.. and it already happened in my childhood.. but I don't know.. how it comes in my 30s... I am not getting fever, but having a little pain in these area, specially around my belly and back... Please suggest how can i cure this... It has spreaded all over and its very itchy... What are the dos ans don'ts.. and what should I eat.. please help doctors..
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Can you send pictures? If chicken pox you can eat all foods including chicken & non veg. Take proper medication If want consultation Watsapp (8:6:1:7:2;1:3:0:1:3)
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History doesn't suggest chicken pox. It could be hand foot mouth disease or scrub typhus. It is impossible to diagnose and treat those illness as these have different etiology and different treatment without seeing the picture of rashes, asking other histories, going for several test. Feel free to consult me using the app
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Morning......this is Krishna here.....I am Krishna UK 🇬🇧trained Gastro Intestinal Surgeon practicing in Hyderabad and Bangalore Chicken pox NEVER starts from foot and speeds upwards. So forget about it. It could be HFMD but if you have lesson on your chest it's unlikely. Tinea versicolor is other optijn. Now it would be useful if you share pictures otherwise our guess work will mess you up Best wishes Krishna X96632 83555X
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Hii Sorry to hear about your problem. But is it localised to a particular area ? Sometimes flare of chickenpox can occur Also considering the pain it can be zoster as well ( which is a type of recurrence ) that might occur if you are kind of deficient in immune system due to reasons like not eating well or having any other comorbidities like diabetes or others
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Take highly nutritious diet ; fluids ;
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Would help if I could have seen the lesion
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Needed to see pictures of it
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If it is a chicken pox it should start from your trunk first and then spread to extremities.. if you can share photo will be able to tell you.. and it's already 12 days means it's healing stage also
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Need to see rashes Or attach images of rashes
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Can I get photos?
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