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after aston having chicken pox 2 weeks ago,amy broke out in spots yeaterday :( dont seem to be bothering her that much yet which is good!! just makes her restless in the evening times/night.

Im now a very tired mummy lol.
 

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It's not nice seeing them having chicken pox. There is only so much you can do to help them.

Hopefully she will get over it soon and not leave any scars :L
 

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astons started drying up within 3 days so hopefully amys will be the same
thanks guys :)
 

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take it easy kerry you are doing a exelent job :L

and dont forget to hit them with a bit of camamile lotion (or however its spelled) everynow and then :L
 

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Better for kids to get it now than when they are adults (as I can testify!).
 

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DavePage said:
Better for kids to get it now than when they are adults (as I can testify!).
we all say this but how do we know, as nobody gets them as a kid and an adult?

or is it cuz kids are better at dealing with these things than us adults :whistling:
 

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it is actually far more svere when you're an adult, it's basiaclly a nuisance when you're a kid but can be life threatening after puberty.
 

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it is actually far more svere when you're an adult, it's basiaclly a nuisance when you're a kid but can be life threatening after puberty.
so kids are better at dealing with it then.

see we must be wimps.
 

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ivan said:
take it easy kerry you are doing a exelent job :L

and dont forget to hit them with a bit of camamile lotion (or however its spelled) everynow and then :L
yeah ive got another big bottle at the ready!! everything went pink for a few days when aston had them,looks like its happening again now :} :} :}
 

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russdaz said:
jarhedch said:
it is actually far more svere when you're an adult, it's basiaclly a nuisance when you're a kid but can be life threatening after puberty.
so kids are better at dealing with it then.

see we must be wimps.
Not sure why its much worse for adults - it just is. You can get encephalitis (sp?) which is swelling of the brain tissue. I got a mild version of this and sort of had hallucinations and at one point I though about jumping out of the window if I felt any worse cause I was feeling that ill. Its the wierdest thing ever cause I really meant it - and it was a real sober decision, funny when I think about it.

I just kept taking co-codamol and pyritone whenever I woke up - so basically slept for a week. Trust me, its not pleasant as an adult!
 

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its not nice when matt came down with it it was my summer holiday an id been sharing a drink with him all day so i got it but in my mouth an made eveything feel like swallowing glass
 

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its better for kids to have these things sooner rather than later.
 

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Fingers crossed it goes away soon - you are having "pox parties" right?

Apparently, when me or my friends came down with stuff as kids our Mums would phone around and arrange a "party" so that we all got the disease of the day over and done with...
 
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