What chickenpox looks like (from slideshow of 12 common childhood rashes) | The Survival Doctor

Photo by Jacob Johan on Flickr.


Signs: The chickenpox rash starts as raised, itchy bumps on the face and trunk that may spread. They’ll also get tiny blisters on the top, then break and crust over. The child will usually have a fever. (Learn more here—rash 2.)

>> Next rash


Note: This is just an example. The rash may appear differently, and it’s easy to confuse one rash for another.