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Shingles

Also called: Herpes Zoster

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Shingles (herpes zoster - common virus) and scarlet fever (a bacterial infection caused by Strep) are unrelated.Based on what you have shared, there...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Shingles is when the chicken pox virus stays dormant in the body and reawaken into a different and more aggressive form of the virus. This is a life...
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You do not need to wait if you definitely have a urinary tract infection. Antibiotics can be given as soon as the infection is properly diagnosed.
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Yes....you can cover the shingles skin lesions.
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Hi Yes, but do have a good read through this link, lots of info, that should help you, its from the UK's NHS all you want and a bit more, and its...
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I have had shingles off and on for YEARS!!!  One of my DRs recently said not possible - has to be something else the last time I went in for...
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No...the cause of shingles is the herpes virus (herpes zoster). A "weak liver"...whatever you are referring to in this statement....will...
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This area where its being painful, do you have blisters? shingles comes with blisters and this you have said anything about?Just answer through...
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Hi From thebody.com found you this.Shingles is a very painful disease caused by the same herpes virus that causes chicken pox (varicella zoster...
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can my blood pressure go up when I have shingles
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They are both herpes viruses. Shingles is on ONE SIDE of the body and follows a nerve pathway. Shingles can be on the chest, back, face, buttocks...
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That would not be likely. Once you have the herpes virus (shingles and chicken pox) you will always have this virus. The body's powerful immune...
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Consult with your physician.  While both are pain relievers, they are still  very different.  You may need something stronger to help...
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Measles has nothing to do with shingles. If you truly had chicken pox (varicella; a herpes virus) as a child, you could, indeed, develop shingles...
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