Best General Physicians For Chicken Pox In Lahore

Prof. Dr. Javed Akram

General Physician, Internal Medicine

MRCP (UK), FRCP (LONDON), FRCP (Edinburgh), FACC (USA), FACP (USA), FASIM (USA)

Professor

  • Experience: 40 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 432
  • Fee: 3000
  • Available Today

Dr. Somia Iqtadar

General Physician, Internal Medicine

MBBS, FCPS (Medicine)

Associate Professor

  • Experience: 14 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 242
  • Fee: 2500

Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

General Physician, Internal Medicine

MBBS, MCPS, Doctorate of Medicine in Gastroenterology, F.C.C.P. (U.S.A.) F.R.C.P.(EDIN) F.R.C.P.(London)

Professor

  • Experience: 35 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 244
  • Fee: 2500
  • Available Today

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Dr. Mujahid Israr

Liver Specialist, General Physician, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterologist

MBBS, FCPS (Gastroenterology), FCPS (Internal Medicine)

Assistant Professor

  • Experience: 11 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 166
  • Fee: 2000
  • Available Today

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The fee for specialists of Chicken Pox in lahore varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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Chickenpox is a highly contagious disease and is also known as Versilia. Chickenpox is a viral infection that causes itchy rashes and small, fluid-filled blisters. Chickenpox is very contagious to people who have not been through it or are not vaccinated. these blisters start from the chest, back, and face then spreads to the other of the body.  Before the routine chickenpox vaccination, almost all people became infected as adults. Sometimes with serious complications. Currently, the number of cases and hospital stays has declined significantly.

For most people, chickenpox is a mild disease. However, it is better to get the vaccination. A vaccine against varicella is available. It is safe and can effectively help to prevent chickenpox and potential complications.

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