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Is it possible to have non-itchy chicken pox?

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corblimeymadam Thu 29-Oct-09 11:14:20

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ClaraDeLaNoche Thu 29-Oct-09 11:16:56

My DS and DD weren't itchy, even when they were covered. However it does come in waves, every few days they would get more, so maybe they will be?

Count your blessings!

corblimeymadam Thu 29-Oct-09 11:47:39

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ClaraDeLaNoche Thu 29-Oct-09 12:46:10

There is nothing worse than a sick child in the last few weeks of pregnancy when it is your only chance to have a rest for the next, what, 8 years?

Sorry for your trouble. It happened to me too, I was so looking forward to DS being in nursery in the run up and then he was off for 2 weeks.

Botbot Thu 29-Oct-09 13:11:12

DD was covered in blisters but I never saw her scratching.

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