Chicken Pox is also Known as Varicella. Chicken pox is very Infectious caused by Varicella-Zoster Virus (VZV). Which causes a rashes, oral sores, itching, tiredness and fever. It spreads easily from one person to other. Mostly, Children get chickenpox at the young age and the infection appears nearly 10 to 20 days. After a chickenpox infection, the virus remains inactive in the body’s nerve tissues. The immune system keeps the virus, but later in life, usually in an adult, the virus can reactivated and causes different form of viral infection called Shingles. It also known as Herpes Zoster. In some cases the virus is very serious, even life-threatening in small percentage of people. Chickenpox is rarely failure, although it is generally more severe in adult men than in women or children. Non-immune pregnant women and those with a suppressed immune system are at highest risk of serious complications During Pregnancy and neonates the VZV infection in pregnant women the virus can spread through placenta and infection of fetus, the infection occurs in gestation or immediately following birth is referred as Neonatal Varicella. The Vaccines that can protect against chicken pox are The Chickenpox vaccine or Varicella vaccine which protects children, adult and MMRV vaccine. Getting vaccinated is best way to prevent from Chicken pox. People who gets Chicken pox after getting vaccine they usually have mild cases with fewer blisters, fewer fevers and faster recoveries.
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