sometimes and this isnt for anyone, when i get that burning of the skin and it hurts to touch, it always means im about to get shingles. as my pain is always on my left side and sometimes not always in the same location. starts very sensitive, then gets itchy then blistery and very very painful. If it goes away and nothing comes of it, thats another issue, but if you wait to get a shingles diagnosis and wait on medication it can get really bad. go to your doctor, get checked outReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?