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Chicken pox on tonsils??

(8 Posts)
ssmile Wed 04-May-16 17:36:34

Can you get pox on the tonsils? My 4yr old has chicken pox the last 12hrs about 100 spots appeared so far but she is complaining of sore throat and there is white spot on her tonsils. She had tonsilitis for 3 loong weeks back on Feb HT so I'm wondering if she vunerable to it, and at what point I bother the GP? As she ended up on 2lots of Antibios last time to try clear it.

Witchend Wed 04-May-16 18:46:05

Ds had spots all in his mouth, they looked really strange. I wouldn't usually worry unless there is trouble breathing, however if she really did end up on antibiotics (although surely that must be a secondary infection as I don't think chickenpox responds to antibiotics?) last time it might be worth phoning and asking.

ssmile Wed 04-May-16 18:57:33

Thanks I'll c how she is in the morning. It's a horrible virus sad

Joneseygirl77 Wed 04-May-16 22:35:53

Yep you can get them on your tonsils. My DD was covered too and had them in her mouth. We did end up at out of hours with her and Dr said her mouth had lots of spots too. Not much they could or would do but just told me to keep getting fluids in her. They did say they do admit for dehydration as a side effect of cp if children have lots of spots in their mouths as it can stop them from eating/drinking. Hope she feels better soon.

Out2pasture Wed 04-May-16 22:37:29

you can get them on your eyeball and in your vagina too sad

chaza5782 Thu 05-May-16 21:55:08

My lb has them on his eyelids just now its a bit swollen xx

Spam88 Thu 05-May-16 23:05:35

Yep, my tonsils were covered in them when I had it.

ssmile Fri 06-May-16 14:03:22

Thanks for infor she has perked up today and rate of Spots slowed

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