What Are the Three Stages Shingles?

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A reactivation of the chickenpox virus can cause shingles. It affects only one side of the body. The early signs of shingles usually develop in three stages:
      Stages Symptoms Prodromal Stage Active Stage Postherpetic Neuralgia
Most common severe pain or tingling itchy rash, blisters that are filled with fluid formed aches, stabbing pain, sensitivity, and burning sensation in the affected area
Some people flu-like: nausea, headache, and chills pain, irritation, and discomfort. difficulty in performing everyday activities
Some people stomach pain and diarrhea 5 days later, blisters may break, ooze, and crust over depression
We advise that the minute you experience the initial prodromal stage, you should speak to a doctor. Keywords: shingles stages, three stages shingles
My shingles rash is starting my to get better. The rash is partly where my bra cup hits my skin. I tried to wear a lace bralet. As I’m getting ready for bed, I notice that parts of the rash are red and possibly oozing. Am I infectious again?
You sleep and live alone or with others? Shingles itself is not that contagious. The blisters contain viruses and very contagious to babies or toddlers.