1. When you see your child covering with rashes and red blisters, it is most probably that he or she has a chickenpox, also known as varicella. A person can have a chickenpox only once in a life. Once this viral disease was very dangerous and led to death, however since the vaccine was introduced, the lethal outcomes have decreased.
2. Symptoms. A chickenpox is characterized by itchy rashes, red blisters and such symptoms as headache, fever, and loss of appetite. It is important to know that these symptoms precede the appearance of rashes that develop for 1-2 days. Before the recovery, the rash goes through three phases that include the development of the new bumps.