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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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What happen if we scratch chickenpox scabs?

Sir I am suffering from chickenpox. all my blisters are dried & scabs appeared. but I have scratched those scabs. now I am feeling burning sensations on my face. now what should I do in order to get rid of these marks and burning sensations?

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If you have chickenpox for almost 13 days, and you have scars, how many days do the scars go away from your body?

Well, I had chickenpox since the last week and I can't really get rid of them, I have these scars everywhere in my body. Even in my hair. But not in my lips or mouth. What should I do to get rid of them? I had chickenpox for almost 13 days and the scars don't go. How can we get rid of it. I tried to, but nothing worked.

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