Signs And Symptoms of Chickenpox in Humans
The most common signs and symptoms of chickenpox most easily detected is a red rash that can spread throughout the body. There are a number of other symptoms that may be experienced by the person before the appearance of the rash. The symptoms may include:
- Sense of nausea and body feels not fresh.
- No appetite.
- Pain or pain in muscles.
These symptoms can be experienced by adult patients with a higher severity compared with children sufferers.
After that, it will appear that itchy rash. However, not all people with chickenpox experience the same rash symptoms. Some only experience it in certain parts of the body (such as scalp, face, behind ear, chest, back, abdomen, or legs) and there is a whole body, even up in the mouth and ears, and around the buttocks. This rash will usually go through three stages of change, namely:
- The rash becomes small bumps that itch.
- The bumps then turn into nodules that are very itchy.
- After 1-2 days, the nodules will dry up and become the scabs that will peel themselves.
Not all nodules will pass through all three stages simultaneously. Generally, there are pimples that are still wet, while others have dried up.
Keep in mind that there are some people who have more severe chickenpox. Immediately contact your doctor if there are unusual symptoms such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, the skin around the nodule becomes red and painful due to infection, as well as dehydration symptoms of dry mouth and rarely urinate