Is it weird that I never had chickenpox?

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(Original post by Greg Jackson)
I thought everyone gets it once in their life, usually as a child, and the later you get it the worse it is, so as an adult when you get it good night sweet princess
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(Original post by Yahamas)
You are an immune super beast, be proud
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maybe you have a mild infection with very minor symptoms which passed unnoticed ?
Wow is that possible?
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(Original post by Rosie786)
Wow is that possible?
search for "sub clinical" chickenpox
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If you don't have chickenpox during childhood you're more susceptible to shingles later in life, which is awful.
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advice, dont get it now. i got it just before my eighteenth. badly. doctor said i was in top tenth percentile for adult cases in terms of severity. looked a bit like this:
http://howtotreatchickenpox.com/imag...-spots-112.jpg
http://www.fastchickenpoxcure.com/bl...hicken-pox.jpg
and like that kid my face was covered in pus
lol my friends and family said they wanted to vomit when they looked at me.
good news is it wasnt as uncomfortable as youd think though.
helped my vanity: i was no longer embarassed by acne lol.
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Nope, it's not weird. My mum didn't get chickenpox until her late twenties when she caught it off me .
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(Original post by Rosie786)
I thought some people get it even after?
Yes, it's very very unlikely but it is possible. As are most things so to speak
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I'm 52 and never had it. My mother never had it. Her mother never had it.
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