The most common symptom of chickenpox is the telltale rash of extremely itchy, pus-filled blisters, which are sometimes preceded by fever and malaise, explains Mayo Clinic. The preceding symptoms typically appear one to ... More »

Early warning signs of chickenpox in adults and children alike include fever, fatigue and loss of appetite, states Mayo Clinic. Symptoms that develop as the disease progresses include red, itchy spots followed by blister... More »

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According to WebMD, typical first symptoms of chicken pox are fever, headache, sore throat, cough and reduced appetite. Within one or two days, round red spots appear, but these change dramatically over the course of two... More »

The early symptoms of chickenpox are fever, headache, cough, sore throat and decreased appetite, according to WebMD. The fever is usually within the 101- to 102-degree Fahrenheit range, adds KidsHealth.. The red, itchy r... More »

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The symptoms of chickenpox are a rash and other flu-like symptoms, including fever, headache, loss of appetite and fatigue, according to Mayo Clinic. The chickenpox rash consists of three phases of symptoms. First, red b... More »

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The first signs of chickenpox are fever, decreased appetite, headache, cough, sore throat and malaise, according to WebMD. Usually these symptoms develop about 14 to 16 days after contact with the virus. Typically, the i... More »

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Early warning signs of chickenpox in adults and children alike include fever, fatigue and loss of appetite, states Mayo Clinic. Symptoms that develop as the disease progresses include red, itchy spots followed by blister... More »

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