hi, my daughter also was vaccinated for chicken pox, and within a couple of months had a few blotchy rash looking spots on her. when i took her to the dr.s to look at it, she instantly asked me WHERE i had taken my daughter, said it was a virus "like" chickenpox. i'm not exactly sure what she meant, but my mother was with me and she wasn't worried. the dr. gave her something for it (at this moment i can't remember if it was an anti-biotic or not) but she also told me to use calamine lotion on the spots to have them dry up. a couple of days afterwards my husband had run into a woman and her child who had the same exact spots and when asking her what it was (he wasn't so happy with the answer "like" chicken pox). she said her child's dr said it was poison ivy irritation. either way, i know that they use calamine lotion to dry it up. the spots went away after a couple of weeks (maybe 2) and she was fine. it is possible to get a mild case of chickenpox after being vaccinated. just keep her away from any elderly ppl or pregnant women if it is chicken pox as it can be dangerous for them. i would double check with her dr. just incase it's something else (now a days you can't be too careful) and in the mean-time, put calamine lotion on her spots.