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Ds has woken up with a spot on his tummy is this the start of chicken pox? (Pic included)

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HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:24:52

He is 18 months old and has not been himself for a couple of days which i put down to teething..

dementedpixie Sun 30-Apr-17 11:28:09

Could be but you'll need to wait and see if more appear

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:29:47

Ok thanks. If it is would he be contagious now?

FenellaMaxwellsPony Sun 30-Apr-17 11:30:19

Yes it would

Imnotaslimjim Sun 30-Apr-17 11:31:12

Yes he will be contagious, until the spots crust over.

ActuallyThatsSUPREMECommander Sun 30-Apr-17 11:32:31

Has anyone at nursery or wherever had it?

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:33:05

Ok thanks

LadyFlumpalot Sun 30-Apr-17 11:34:50

Yup, that's chicken pox, or at least it's exactly what DS's first spot looked like. Give it a couple of hours, you'll soon know as he'll quickly get more.

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:35:21

He doesn't go to nursery yet his daddy is a sahd but goes to toddler groups and swimming lessons blush not heard about anyone else having it..

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:36:21

He went back to bed at 10.30 which is unheard of so will see when he wakes up

MrsGotobed Sun 30-Apr-17 11:41:21

Certainly looks like it could be. They will start popping up quickly if it is - more every time you look!

My DS had it at around that age and his first spot was on his stomach.

If it is I can recommend cool baths with bicarb in.

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 11:54:18

Thanks for the advice he's still fast asleep completely unlike him will update when he's awake

HopeFull28 Sun 30-Apr-17 12:49:30

He's awake, no more spots yet but going to stay home anyway just incase

Trb17 Sun 30-Apr-17 12:57:41

Chicken pox spots generally look like "a dew drop on a rose petal" (old saying but ) ... i.e. a tiny blister in the middle of a pink area.

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