TRIBUNNEWSBOGOR.COM – Almost everyone has experienced chicken pox.
Chicken pox can not only affect children, but also adults.
This highly contagious disease often occurs in children and adults with weak or decreased immune systems.
Although not dangerous, chickenpox still needs to be watched out because it can turn severe due to bacterial infection.
If the child feels very weak, does not want to eat, sometimes has a fever accompanied by itching that lasts 10 to 21 days, it is certain that the child is experiencing early symptoms of the disease chicken pox.
After that, chickenpox symptoms the next thing that will appear is the appearance of a red rash that can be found around the chest, abdomen, back and face.
In the process of healing, wounds result chicken pox can leave marks by forming connective tissue or scars in the skin area.
In people with chickenpox in adolescence and adulthood, the scars of chickenpox will be more difficult to disappear than in children.