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Pulled neck muscle and shingles, connected?

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Dr. Gary Wang
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: Usually not.

Shingles usually develop when you have immune function weakness, such as after catching cold, stress, emotional disturbance, post prolonged stressful sport, medication use etc.
However, some post shingle pain is apt to be diagnosed with muscle pain.

In brief: Usually not.

Shingles usually develop when you have immune function weakness, such as after catching cold, stress, emotional disturbance, post prolonged stressful sport, medication use etc.
However, some post shingle pain is apt to be diagnosed with muscle pain.
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