Our expert says:
Medicine would cause an itchy rash or big red hives, it usually won’t cause blisters. You can get chicken pox twice if you did not develop proper immunity the first time. Maybe your doc should just have a look at the rash to be able to make a proper diagnosis and treat this correctly?
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