6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Now l suffering chickenbox is that any problem for the baby

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Answer: Hi. most likely your baby will be born healthy. But some babies may get congenital varicella syndrome. This is a group of birth defects that can include: Scars Problems with muscles and bones Arms or legs that are paralyzed or not formed correctly Blindness Seizures Learning problems Microcephaly. This is a birth defect in which a baby’s head is smaller than expected, compared to babies of the same sex and age.
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