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Although it can happen at any age, it is most often seen in children. Both chickenpox and the flu can cause headaches. They generally appear over the course of several hours. This is followed by irritability or aggressiveness. After that, children may become confused and lethargic.
They may have seizures or fall into a coma. However, symptoms can sometimes be managed. For example, steroids help reduce swelling in the brain. Several factors may play a role. It seems to occur in children and teenagers who have an underlying fatty acid oxidation disorder. This is a type of metabolic disorder that causes the body to be unable to break down fatty acids.
Other over-the-counter medications may also contain salicylates similar to those found in aspirin. For example, they are also found in: bismuth subsalicylate Pepto-Bismol, Kaopectate products containing oil of wintergreen these are generally topical medications These products should not be given to children who may have, or have had, a viral infection.
They should also be avoided for several weeks after your child has received the chickenpox vaccine. Prevalence and risk factors.
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