Chicken pox: Usually children have a fever, weakness and loss of appetite first, which is similar to a cold. After that, blisters will appear on the body, and lasted for several days, scabs will fall off, about 10 days to 3 weeks before disappearing. Such blisters are itchy and can leave scars if scratched.

Chicken pox is very uncomfortable, usually accompanied by high fever, and chicken pox may appear in the mouth and throat of the child. At this time, let the child rest at home, eat painkillers and fruit.

Measles: The symptoms of measles are similar to those of colds, such as fever, runny nose and fatigue, which usually occur in children aged 1 to 4. Within a few days, the child’s cheeks will appear red spots, the center of the red spots is white or blue, and then spread to the whole body.

Measles, drugs have no effect, can only wait for the disease to heal, but must take the child to see a doctor, always consult the doctor on various situations. Measles mortality rate is not high, but it is dangerous. Vaccination should be done as far as possible.

Meningitis: It’s a terrible disease that causes brain edema and blood poisoning. It can put children at risk within two hours, and one in 10 cases is mistaken for a common cold. Its common symptoms are severe pain in hands and feet, or cold hands and feet, pale skin, bluish lips, high fever, vomiting, fatigue and headache. Another noteworthy symptom is stiffness of the neck, difficulty in waking up and making a different cry or moan.

If you suspect that your child has meningitis, call an ambulance immediately. Of course, if your child has been vaccinated against meningitis, that can be ruled out.

Mumps: Low fever, headache, swelling of both cheeks, difficulty or pain during chewing, and abnormal glare of light or sunshine. The symptoms of mumps are not particularly evident. About a third of people do not even find themselves suffering from mumps, but data show that one out of every 5,000 children suffers from deafness or brain disease caused by mumps.

The virus is transmitted by air, so children should stay at home, take painkillers and fruits, and wait for the disease to heal. Antibiotics have little effect on mumps. If you feel your condition is improving, you need to see a doctor.


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