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Preventive for Chickenpox

I have 2 kids (3 years , 6 years) at home and there is a wide spread of chickenpox in our place.

Can any one please suggest any preventive for chicken pox?

  chiru71 on 2007-06-01
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just wanted to offer that in my view it is better to get it over with under controlled situation, while they are young ie. knowing when they are getting it. We actually have chicken pox parties where we expose the children intentionally, then boost their immune systems for the next couple of weeks with extra vit c, a, greens, carrot juice, acidophious etc. Then we have the necessary homeopathic remedies on hand in case and lots of oats in the bath to relieve any itching. My ds was 2.5 yrs when we exposed him the 2nd time and he only got about 40 spots, never scratched etc. We will look for the chicken pox in March of next year if we haven't contracted it by then (comes around here every year at that time), as we may decide to have a 3rd baby.

just my thoughts.

Anyhow, just my thoughts....
wendypape last decade
sorry I meant to say if my 2.5 yr old daughter hasn't contracted it by next year..


wendypape last decade
Pulstaila is curative and preventive medicine for chickenpox.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thanks Dr Mahfooz. Can you please suggest the dosage for a 3 year & 6 year kid as a preventive?
chiru71 last decade
Puls-30 One dose after four days three drops in little water is sufficient.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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