Varicella is also known as chickenpox, which is a very infectious (transferable) disease. It is caused by primary infection with varicella zoster virus. Normally it starts with bladder skin rash essentially on the body and head rather than at the edge and becomes itchy, raw pockmarks, and which is typically recover without scarring. In the UK, it is expected that in every 1,000 women just 3 (0.3%) of them catch chickenpox throughout pregnancy. Varicella is an airborne disease; hence it is easily disseminate from one person to another person through coughing and sneezing.
It is different from both adults and kids.
In teenagers and adults:
In kids the infection is not generally anticipated by prodromal symptoms, and the starting symptom is the rashes in the oral cavity. Then next these rashes becomes as small red dots in the following parts of the body, those are:
After completion of the half of the day, these red dots changes into small bumps, blisters and pustules; followed by umbilication and the formation of scabs on skin wounds.