Chickenpox disease, medically called varicella, is commonly afflicted by children under 10 years of age. This disease can also affect adults and generally symptoms that appear more severe than children. almost all adults who have had chicken pox will not catch it again.
Diseases caused by varicella zoster virus is generally characterized by the appearance of rash on the skin as the main symptoms. the rash will turn into an itchy red fluid that will then dry, become sore, and peel off within 7 to 14 days. parts of the body are usually overgrown with chicken pox is the face, behind the ears, scalp, chest, abdomen, arms, and legs .
Drug allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to a drug used. This reaction arises because the immune system regards certain substances in the drug as a substance that can harm the body.
This condition is different from the side effects of drugs that are usually listed on the packaging, as well as drug poisoning due to overdose.
Amenorrhea is a condition that refers to a woman who can not menstruate. This situation can occur when a woman is 16 years old but has not experienced menstruation, or commonly called primary amenorrhea. In addition there is a secondary amenorrhea, that is when a woman of childbearing age who is not pregnant, did not get her period back after 6 months of last menstruation.
But this definition is still a debate in the medical community. Clinically, a 13-year-old woman who has not experienced signs of puberty such as breast growth and not yet menstruating, it is recommended to see a doctor. Similarly, women who have experienced menstruation, but not get a period within 90 days since the last menstruation.