Shingles are strong and painful skin irritation caused by the reactivation of varicella zoster virus as well as the start of the wind.
Adults with a small immune system have the highest risk for shingles.
Shingles – Symptoms
The most common symptoms of shingles are:
– Stinging pains
– Itching, burns, constipation a few days of irritation
– Fever and fever
– Pain in the whole body
Inflammation of the lymph nodes
– Appearance of reddish irritation with liquid filled with blisters (similar to chickpeas), especially on the chest or on the face.
It may take several days or sit for several weeks of symptoms until the blisters are irritated. Then it breaks, a small rash appears, it easily dries up, forms a bark, and heals itself. It may take two to four weeks for overall wound healing, but there are times when it lasts longer.
Shingles may appear anywhere on the body, but most often they are the face (eyes, ears, mouth) and the fuselage. Other areas that are often affected are chest and chest.
The irritation is made up of a strip or patterned strap on the right or left side of the body. There can also be shingles located in different parts of the body, but only in people with a compromised immune system.
Shingles – Causes
Shingles are caused by varicella zoster virus, which activates the wind (varicella). I can not do shingles only to people who were flooded by wind at some point in their lives.
Very rarely, people who have been vaccinated against this disease can develop shingles.
Initial virus exposure occurs in childhood or adolescence, and after the episode of varicella, the virus remains inactive in the body, the nervous system, the nerve in the vertebral column. However, in some people the virus reactivates and triggers the shingles. The scientists have not yet seen what causes the virus to re-activate.
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