Common Childhood Diseases. Chickenpox. Incubation : It takes from 10-21, usually 14-16 days, after being exposed until symptoms develop. Contagious : From 1-2 days before the rash begins until blisters have become scabs.
Airway Causing Croup
Duration: The symptoms of croup generally peak 2 to 3 days after the symptoms of infection start. Croup resulting from viral infection usually lasts less than a week.
Complications: The vast majority of children recover from croup with no complications. Rarely, some children will develop complications such as ear infection or pneumonia.
Prevention: Frequent hand washing and avoiding contact with people who have respiratory infections are the best ways to reduce the chance of spreading the viruses that cause croup.
Symptoms: foul-smelling diarrhea, cramps, flatulence, fatty stools