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Shingles? Again?

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  • Posted By: PainsMe
  • August 14, 2008
  • 03:05 AM

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?

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