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Shingles

Also called: Herpes Zoster

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Hello, First I would like to say that before any pregnant woman takes any type of medicine, they should always ask their doctor first.  About...
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Blisters? Yes. Those blisters form in clusters. Seeds? No, but of course, I have no way of seeing these "seeds" first-hand, so I don't...
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I haven't seen any studies absolutely confirming a link between essential tremors and shingles. But there are plenty of web type anecdotal...
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I just took my mother Inlaw to er for pain in left side. Then we notice had red rash on her stomach. They said she had shingles. It can even come...
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You say have shingles 3 weeks ago , the little red tiny spots may have not related with shingles , because it is a long time . First you can daub...
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Yes....ONE SIDE of your hip. Herpes zoster (shingles) is painful, follows a particular nerve pathway, and will only occur on one-side.
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Hi, This first advice come from the Uk’s NHS. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Shingles/Pages/Treatment.aspx Just copy into google to the www. To open...
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No. Shingles is caused by the Herpes virus -- the same virus that causes chicken pox. These are HUMAN viruses, not related to rats or bats.
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Yes. Shingles (herpes zoster) follows a particular nerve pathway, so the lesions would only be on ONE SIDE of the public area. If you have not had...
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Not usually, unless the "shingles" is in your ear canal (Ramsay-Hunt syndrome). Eardrums can spontaneously rupture for a variety of reasons...
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I have even seen shingles in toddlers, so you are not alone. There are anti-herpetic viral medications for shingles (herpes zoster), like Famvir or...
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