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Shingles

Also called: Herpes Zoster

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Yes, this is possible. Lymph nodes react (enlarge and become tender) in response to inflammation, and Shingles can certainly do that.
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First of all, your nanny must not come into physical contact with your baby. That is the number one priority. Technically, it's contact with the...
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I don't believe that massage will end her nerve pain, but it can help relax her a bit. A massage works better to help muscle pain. A medication...
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Great question! A lot of people don't understand that, while shingles itself is not contagious, shingles can cause chicken pox in someone who...
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Shingles follows a nerve pathway....on the SKIN. Shingles can certainly be on your chest and cause a considerable amount of chest pain with coughing...
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I can't tell you what you have (not enough information and no ability to examine you), but I can tell you that shingles does not occur on BOTH...
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Unfortunately, the shingles shot is not 100% effective, so there is a chance you can still get it. Before relying on a self-diagnosis, see your...
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no you can not.  
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Vaccinations MAKE your immune system healthier. Medical provider do not test patients to see if they can take a particular vaccine. There are very...
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Shingles are caused by the herpes virus. Cold sores are also caused by the herpes virus. Canker sores and HPV are NOT herpetic
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Autism has absolutely nothing to do with genital herpes. Your genital herpes was caused by sexual contact with another person who has genital herpes...
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Yes. Re-exposure to the chicken pox virus in a vaccinated person may result in shingles.
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B12 does have some beneficial effect with shingles, but it will not cure or make the infection any less severe. There are other anti-viral...
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Yes...of course. I have diagnosed shingles in a two-year old child. If you have had chicken pox or the vaccine, then a re-exposure could potentially...
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Yes...that would be a good idea. Shingles will not jump off of you onto someone else, so as long as your shingles is well covered (by clothing), you...
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