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To help ease the symptoms of uncomplicated chickenpox, follow these simple self-care measures:

  • Don't scratch. Scratching can slow healing of the sores, cause scarring and increase the risk that the sores will become infected. To lessen irritation when your child scratches, trim his or her fingernails. Put gloves on the child's hands at night to prevent scratching. If itching is particularly severe or irritating, you may want to talk to your doctor about using an over-the-counter antihistamine for relief.

  • Take baths. Cool baths every 3 to 4 hours also can help relieve itching and provide a playful diversion for a young child. Sprinkle uncooked oatmeal or baking soda in the bath water for added relief.

  • Apply lotion. Applying calamine lotion to the spots may help relieve the itching.

  • Rest and eat a bland diet, if necessary. Getting plenty of rest is helpful in getting over any infection. If chickenpox sores develop in the mouth, switch to a diet of soft, bland foods. Spicy, acidic or hard and crunchy foods can be irritating to mouth sores.

  • Treat a fever. Fever can be reduced with acetaminophen (Tylenol, others). But medications such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) are not antiviral. Don't give aspirin to anyone with chickenpox because it can lead to a serious disease called Reye's syndrome. Lukewarm — not cold — baths also can help bring down a fever.

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