im freaked out.
really REALLY freaked out.
as u may have or may have not know,i haven't been infected with chicken pox yet.ever.and im currently reading about adult chickenpox online.i just found out that most cases of adult chicken poxes are fatal.FATAL.
I DON WANNA BLADI DIEEEEEEE.
check tis out,
Chickenpox complications are more likely to occur in adults than in children. Despite the fact that adults account for only 5 percent of chickenpox cases per year, they account for a disproportionate number of deaths (55 percent) and hospitalizations (33 percent) compared to children.
Most complications of adult chickenpox are caused by an infection from bacteria. These bacteria can cause chickenpox complications that include:
* Skin or soft tissue infections
* Pneumonia (usually more severe in adults, as well as children over 13 years old)
* Bone infections (osteomyelitis)
* Joint infections (septic arthritis)
* Toxic shock syndrome.
Other serious adult chickenpox complications directly related to the chickenpox virus can include:
* Infection of the brain (encephalitis)
* Bleeding problems
* Cerebellar ataxia.
I IS DE WAN TO LIVING.
Pneumonia, encephalitis or brain swelling, or significant infections are the likely complications from chicken pox or adult chicken pox.
BRAIN SWELLING?oh god.*drops down to knees and starts SCREAAAAMIIINNGGGGG*
Adults are 10 times more likely than children to be hospitalized with the severe consequences of chickenpox.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA*faints and dies*
this dude rocks.
he can still write an adult's chickenpox journal while being infected.
hats off dude.