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Chicken pox!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by LadyRedLainey, Jul 23, 2009.


  1. LadyRedLainey

    LadyRedLainey PetForums VIP

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    My eldest daughter has caught the chicken pox! i am just trying to get her mind off the spots as she keeps scratching them!

    So odds are my middle and youngest daughter will get them to :(

    I have phoned up the health visitor more for her putting it in her records as i know they can not really do anything. so she gave me a few suggestions, and i will do them.
     
  2. bird

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    Oh no, feel a stratch coming on just thinking about it :D :rolleyes: hope the spots dont get too bad, young un still has a scar on her left eyebrow from when she had it years ago.
     
  3. LostGirl

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    my son got it in june then 2 weeks to the day my daughter came out in them lol! it was fun not!!

    Hope she feels better soon :)
     
  4. vickie1985

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    awww bless, i had them bad when i was 5.
    the best part about your younger child is that the younger they get them the better really, thats the only good way to think of it also if they get them at the same time.....that helps you get it over with.
     
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    Aw no! Hope she gets better soon!

    I've luckily never had chicken pox!
     
  6. LadyRedLainey

    LadyRedLainey PetForums VIP

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    Thanks everyone, i suppose if they all get it, it will be out of the way. My eldest keeps putting her hands in her pockets so she is not itching lol!!
    x
     
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    Awww sorry to hear that:( Sending get well wishes and hugsxx(()))
     
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    Aw bless her. I haven't had hem so when mine got them, one after the other of course :rolleyes: , the doctor told me to stay away from them :eek: and obviously I didn't follow his advice on that
     
  9. HighlandQuine

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    Hope she's feeling better soon. :)

    I was 20 when I got chicken Pox and they were everywhere, and I mean everywhere! :eek: It was not pleasant :(
     
  10. Classyellie

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    Awww bless her. Hope she feels better soon :)

    My daughter had it when she was 6 and immediately gave it to my son who was a year old at the time - at least they both got it over and done with! :D
     
  11. LadyRedLainey

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    Thanks everyone :)
    I know it is kinda good to get it out of the way
    HighlandQuine that sounded awful with having it at that age, but glad you are OK
    x
     
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    ah bless hope she is feeling better soon, lots of calomine lotion. although my daughter hated having that on when she had them a few years ago.
     
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