Hi everyone!!! Here at Mcnallys we have seen a sharp increase in children getting treatment for chicken pox. The most commonly recognised chickenpox symptom is a spotty, blistering red rash that can cover the entire body. The spots normally appear in clusters and tend to be: •behind the ears •on the face •over the scalp •on the chest and belly •on the arms and legs However, the spots can be anywhere on the body, even inside the ears and mouth, on the palms of the hands, soles of the feet and inside the nappy area. If you are unsure call in for a chat with our pharmacist ,we are open until 6pm tonight!