I have suffered with tonsillitis for years and normally have a supply of Amoxycililin in reserve however I have ran out and have missed the doctors this weekend. Can any body advise where I can get ...
Is it possible to have a racial divide between the effects of the Swine Flu? Last time I checked before typing this about 150 people have died from the Swine Flu, all so far in Mexico. Can there be a ...
I recently had a urinary tract infection (with blood present in urine) and went to the doctor to get antibiotics. After a couple of days, it went away. However, I still have a few days left to take ...
ok ive been sick for almost a week.. its just been a cold and ive been taking meds and what-not but its been getting even worse and this cough that i have has been getting worse.. lastnight i woke up ...
my friend just threw up a lot of blood and she said she has a really bad headache now and her stomach hurts. she isnt pregnant and she doesnt drink, shes 14. should we call an ambulence or is it just ...
if you havent had them this is a bad thing, if you dont have them when your little then when you grow up and have them the turn in to shingles and they are much worse!!
The first sign of shingles is usually a pain in the area of the affected nerve. Seven days later a rash will usually appear, followed by blisters, that tend to only affect one side of your body. If you have shingles you are contagious to anyone who has not had chickenpox. However, it is not possible to catch shingles from someone who has chickenpox.
These are very serious and you should see the doctor straight away if you get them. And even now you should find out if you are at risk or being seriously ill from this!!
no, it's just that it's very contagious, so if you come into contact with it you will probably get it, but if you avoid it you will probably never get it!
Almost everyone gets chicken pox by adulthood
Chicken pox is highly contagious. arnd 4 million cases occur each year. The virus spreads from person to person by direct contact or through the air. Approximately 90% of persons in a household who have not had chicken pox will get it if exposed to an infected family member. therefore, u will get it frm sum person or the other sumtime in ur life...
yuuup most likely
im 16 and i got them when i was abouy 5
I haven't had them yet ... apparently they get worse when you become older.. as you get shingles.. (:
I am 24 and haven't had them. I had the vaccine when I was 12.
no, but you could, cause you could get it from someone else...
you may have had the vaccine. ask your parents. if you havnt had the vaccine you will probably get it at some point. you should still get the vaccine too. i would get it, as you get older you get shingles (same virus) and it is very painful
not really my husband had no childhood diseases and he died at the age of 64