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Chickenpox (Varicella)

Chickenpox is highly contagious. This page will help you identify symptoms, protect yourself from the virus, and determine what steps to take if discovered,

What steps to take if you may have been exposed.

Unlike many viruses, chickenpox does not always cut my appetite, so I can easily throw away my oven, 

Dietary assault:

  • Antiviral foods
  • hydration
  • Histamine reduction
  • Healing of the skin


How to learn about and get contraception... 

Contraception is available:

i.  By prescriptionii. Without prescription

By prescription:

Many methods are available by prescription only. Prescription methods available include:
  • i.  Implantation: see also How to prepare IUD or implant         insertion
  • ii. Intrauterine pessary (IUD): see also How to prepare         the insertion of an IUD or an implant
  • iii. Shot (Depo Provera)
  • iv. Oral contraceptive pills (the pill)
  • v.  Patch
  • vi. Vaginal ring
  • vii. membrane
A physical examination is not required, with the exception of the spiral and diaphragm, to obtain a prescription for contraception. If you want a pelvic exam during your visit, set a date on which you do not have a menstrual period or if your menstrual flow is very low.

Your doctor may recommend a routine health check for women.

Without prescription:

Products such as condoms, spermicide and lubricants are available at the Pharmacy.

 The more effective it is , sooner EC is taken after unprotected sex, Really the more effective.

    Where to learn about contraception:

    • The online contraception program helps you compare the methods and know the costs
    • Visit the birth control website for prospective parents and complete the appropriate tests
    • Doctors can discuss contraceptive options.
    • or see how to get health care.

    Chickenpox is caused by a virus called chickenpox zoster. People get the infection after being in contact with an infected child or adult. Chicken pox is one of the most infectious diseases. People who have never had chickenpox and have never been vaccinated with the highest risk of infection.

    Healthy eating:
    When you have chicken, it is very important that you follow a nutritious diet. First, homemade food is essential. 

    Also eat foods such as wheat, fresh fruit, green leafy vegetables, milk, plenty of water, whey, germinate some herbs such as turmeric and garlic (as they boost immunity).
    "Good" foods, from lysine to arginine, that is, foods to eat when you have chickenpox,


    Yogurt (Probiotic natural yogurt supports the immune system)
    Fish (no seafood); Blue fish contains beneficial anti-inflammatory omega-3s
    Meat, including beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, game; It's a better option for your omega 3 content
    Organic cheese and milk
    Specific fruits: stone fruits (mango, apricot, cherry, avocado, papaya), apple, pear, fig and pineapple.
    Most vegetables, some other fruits and legumes float around the "neutral" mark: they should neither encourage nor discourage the virus.

    The "bad" lysine in arginine, that is to say

    • Nuts and seeds; these have the worst proportion of arginine lysine
    • Grains (including wheat, oats and rice)
    • tofu
    Fruits: grapes, blackberries, blueberries, grapefruit and oranges (including juices)
    • Caffeine (not a problem for my 4 year old son)
    • Chocolate (a problem for my 4 year old son)
    • Onions and garlic, but given its strong antiviral and antihistamine properties

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