Moreover, as a rule, this happens once, and stable immunity lasts for life.
Children’s infections include measles, rubella, chickenpox (chickenpox), scarlet fever, whooping cough and mumps (mumps). The main manifestation of measles, rubella, chickenpox and scarlet fever is a skin rash, the nature and sequence of which varies depending on the specific disease. The appearance of a rash is almost always preceded by an increase in temperature, weakness, headache.
Infectious mumps (mumps) is characterized by an increase and soreness of one or two parotid glands – while the patient’s face acquires a characteristic pear-shaped form. The main manifestation of whooping cough is typical spasmodic coughing. In a spasmodic attack, after a whistling breath, a series of short convulsive coughing tremors follow, which non-stop follow each other for one breath.
Some of these diseases (chickenpox, rubella) in childhood are relatively easy, others can cause complications and have the most serious consequences. However, the most difficult and long-term childhood infections occur in people who become ill with them in adulthood. Continue reading