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16/01/2014 at 08:33
Where does chicken pox typically start. C has a suspicious spot on his chest, and a rash coming on his back....he does have eczema flare ups so could just be this!
fingers crossed anyway!
16/01/2014 at 08:37
J just woke up covered in them, he had none the night before when I had bathed him. They were all over his tummy and back and his face to start with then started popping up everywhere really quickly, he had them in his ears, mouth, eye lids, bum - horrible virus, hope he's ok.
16/01/2014 at 08:46
It doesn't look that agressive, tbh it's just a couple of spots, but they could just be exactly that. Haven't noticed any new ones in the last couple of hours. It's going round at preschool so it was my first thought lol xx
16/01/2014 at 09:02
Molly's started on her tummy, spotted at nursery and by the time I got home from work (about 3 hours after Mum collected her) she was covered!
16/01/2014 at 09:13
Ls started on his chest and back and spread over a day so not a fast case.
He's had a few blister / skin tag / spots on his chest I've been keeping an eye on lately
16/01/2014 at 09:46
Ts first spot was on his forehead and then I looked and he had one on his back. They didn't look like spots though, they looked like a water bubble. Within a few hours he got a few more but over the next couple of days he had loads! Red and blister looking.
The pox is rife in his school even now, loads are coming down with it if they haven't already had it, I'm waiting for Jude to get it..
16/01/2014 at 10:06
My daughter had two on her chest. They didn't look suspicious to start with but during the course of the day they grew. I, of course, took her all round the shops that morning happily spreading the germs through the community. Then gradually over the next 24 hours more of them appeared and by the next morning it was quite obvious she had it.
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