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Shingles Pictures Early Stages
Great photos: Here are two great photos (one close up & one showing the pattern at a distance): http://www.Bing.Com/images/search?Q=herpes+zoster+lymph+nodes&id=e89fed9c27dbc2f96582e3333a3adc00d2195a0a&form=iqfrba#view=detail&id=e89fed9c27dbc2f96582e3333a3adc00d2195a0a&selectedindex=0. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
Can you pass chicken pox along to hospital patients (infants and children) during the early stages of shingles?
I have shingles. What are the chances of my 3yr old and 17.5mth old getting it? 17.5mth old had 18mth shot today early. I'm on antiviral medication
Depends on situation: Shingles is a re-activation of the chickenpox virus that hibernates in your nerve roots after you had it or the shot.For unknown reasons, it reactivates and causes the localized rash/pain. The blisters do contain virus, which could give your kids chickenpox. If they were vaccinated, that is unlikely. Covering the sores and hand washing prevents spread of the virus.The kids would not get shingles. ...Read more
I need help with explaining early progrown Shingles/PHN pain. Shock, numbneess, nausea months in advance to rash on torso.
Probably unrelated: You mean "prodrome", not "progrown". Your previous symptoms probably are not related to the more recent rash. Even if that rash has been diagnosed as herpes zoster (shingles), prodrome symptoms start a few days before onset, not months. Perhaps you had previous "zoster sine herpete" (shingles without rash), PHN after that, and now a new outbreak of shingles. See doctor ASAP for diagnosis and Rx. ...Read more
I have nephrotic syndrome since childhood now im in my early 30s. I have had TB and shingles, does this mean corticosteriods could have caused this?
Have been exposed to very early stage shingles. Need to help out with newly born and 4yr old grandsons. Is it ok? On thanksgiving i was with my sister when she just thought her shingles were spider bites. No rash yet or oozing. On monday her dr confirm
Shingles : Shingles cannot be passed from one person to another. However, the chicken pox virus that causes shingles is contagious to another person if the other person has not had chicken pox. But, you will not or another person will not get chicken pox from your sister unless you were directly exposed to the lesions. If your sister had the area covered and washed her hands and you did not get exposed to the actual lesions you should be fine. ...Read more
My dad got the shingles at age 30. Can i get it early to? At age 18? I've had chicken pox when i was 5. I'm 18 now
Maybe,maybe not: Shingles are a curious problem that happens when the chickenpox virus emerges from a state of hibernation and travels down a nerve root to the skin. It has been known to happen from infancy to old age and the trigger for its occurrence is not always evident. There is no reason to consider you more or less likely to have it when your parent did at a young age. ...Read more
I have shingles. Caught it early on now on valtrex (valacyclovir). Possible to have rash but no blisters ever form? Had rash for 3 days now.
Many SQ nodules on abdomen,hamstrings. Mobile, nontender.No FHx. Hx shingles in Oct,now thrush, early satiety,20 lb wt loss. Are nodules related?
These issues will: require both more detailed history, interactive questions & examination to have any chance of reasonably accurate understanding. Physicians are not magicians with great answers/insights; only fellow Soul?Mind?Brain?Body beings who have endured tough/long training for whatever goals & have some experience in helping others with their problem solving. Track apparent accuracy & outcomes like a hawk. ...Read more
Viral infection: Shingles is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox. Once you are infected with chicken pox, the Varicella Zoster virus remains in your body for life. At certain times of stress, or illness, your immune system and get what's called Herpes Zoster (shingles). Not everyone will get shingles, but it is relatively common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A raised rash: The rash of shingles usually starts as red spots which become raised and blister. They can eventually develop pus than scab over.The rash is localized to a specific area of the body following the course of an underlying spinal or cranial nerve and does not cross the mid line of the body pain can occur before, during and after the outbreak. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you wish ...: Shingles is caused by the reactivation of the dormant varicella zoster virus. It is fairly common with up to 25% of people having it at some point in life. One theory as to why it occurs is a slight 'weakening' of the immune system, with age, intercurrent illness or a period of stress. Exercise is not excluded but relative rest while unwell may allow the body to better recuperate and recover. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Shingles occurs when the virus which causes chickenpox stays in your body in the nerve endings permanently and reactivates as herpes zoster (shingles). It is conceivable that a pet could have the virus on its coat after touching lesions and then somehow transmit it rapidly (viruses die quickly) to another person who would then get chickenpox, and not shingles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HERPES ZOSTER : 1. Varacella zoster-chicken pox 2. 10-20% of population will develop 3. Reactivation during stressed immune system 4. Initial symptoms include nonspecific (malaise, fever, headache) 5. Develops to mild to severe sharp, stabbing, shooting, throbbing 6. Sometimes burning, itching, pins ; needles 7. Skin lesions, rash not in all cases and is unilateral 8. When involves ear, known as ramsey hunt. ...Read more
Rash or pain: The physical manifestations of shingles , usually rash and small papules ( fluid filled blisters) last a few days to a week. The pain of shingles if not treated early and aggressively, can lead to a condition called post-herpetic neuralgia. This condition can be very difficult to treat. ...Read more
Shingles pain: Shingles is a painful nerve and skin condition caused by the virus herpes zoster and occurs in a dermatomal pattern. Usually there are several lessons. Shingles pain can be quite severe and some people will develop phn (post-herpetic neuralgia) a long-term version of shingles pain. There are some treatments that really help and it's important to see your pcp to diagnose and treat shingles. ...Read more
Shingles (Herpes Zoster) (Definition)
A painful blistering skin rash caused by the chickenpox virus (varicella zoster). Early treatment with antiviral medication (within 72 hours) lowers the risk of post-herpetic neuralgia, which is lingering skin pain after the rash disappears. ...Read more
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