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Chicken Pox Cure?

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  • Posted By: stacey1269
  • December 27, 2010
  • 04:32 PM

Hey everybody,

I'm fairly new to this forum and so far... there's a lot of great stuff! You all seem to really know what you're doing/know a lot about illnesses and conditions.

Anyway, I was searching the web the other day and found this http://www.fastchickenpoxcure.com

I'm not sure what to think of it. Can anybody else take a look and give me your opinion?

My daughter currently has the Chicken Pox and we are looking for the best solution.

Best,

Stacey

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  • While the Chickenpox is usually most commonly known as a childhood disease, Chickenpox in adults happens when the person hasn’t had the virus as a youngster.I’m going to share with you some useful tips on how to cure Chickenpox in adults. 1) Avoid Scratching One of the worst things you can do is to scratch the blisters or rash that you have. This will only lead to an infection, further complications and scarring. So, whatever you do, avoid scratching. You want to make sure your fingernails are trimmed and even wear oven mittens if you have to. 2) Calamine Lotion Calamine lotion is useful for stopping the itching. Simply apply it to the skin after a bath or while the skin is clean, and it will temporarily stop the itching. 3) Oatmeal Bath One of the best treatments for Chickenpox in adults is taking a bath. If you blend up oatmeal and add it to a lukewarm bath, you can soak your body in there for about 15 minutes and it will help with the itching and has some healing effects as well. It also helps dry out the blisters. Make sure that you don’t irritate the skin when you dry yourself off. As I mentioned earlier, Chickenpox in adults can be a very serious matter. Every year, thousands of adults are hospitalized and many complications occur. It is very important to take time off work or school and avoid being around others that haven’t had the Chicken Pox before, as it is contagious and can be easily spread.herpes symptoms
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