What are the Symptoms of chicken pox in babies?

Answer cough, runny nose, rash, fever, drowsiness, depending on the extend of infection.

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Can babies get chicken pox?

Yes, babies can get chicken pox. A baby usually receives antibodies against the chicken pox virus from the mother while in the womb, so it is not a common occurrence for a baby to get chicken pox d... Read More »

Can chicken pox be dangerous for babies under one year?

it would depend on how healthy the baby is or has been in the past if it is healthy and not been very sick in the past it wont pose much of a threat but if hes been ill in the past then he could be... Read More »

Signs & Symptoms of Parasites in Babies?

The fecal-oral route commonly transmits parasites in babies. This route is usually from ingesting contaminated water and food. Often times babies who are in daycare are infected with parasites by p... Read More »

Can babies get chicken pox if in contact with infected person with shingles?

Answer Yes. Shingles are contagious, and if anyone comes in contact with an open lesion or blister, no matter what age they are, if they never had it before they will get infected by it. And yes, ... Read More »