Shingles? Again? Doing some research i found that nerve pain due to shingles can be at times hard to diagnose.You may even think it's a gallbladder attack. I have just been though all the tests needed for what i thought was a gallbladder attack. Could it be shingles?. I had chick pox twice as a child. At 14 I developed shingles on my left side, trunk area. Rash and all. It is possible i have learned for it to reoccur without the rash, so I am thinking perhaps the pain, nausea, and all the rest of this discomfort is from Shingles Again. Does anyone know anything about this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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