What does shingles look like? – The most common sign of Shingles is a rash that emerges in a band along one side of the body. This band, or dermatome, is the area where one of the nerves from your spinal cord connects with the skin. Shingles most commonly appears across one side of the torso, from the center of the back to the center of the chest or stomach. Shingles may also appear on the side of the face and forehead, although the rash can surface on any part of the body. The severity of the rash, and the pain that comes with it, may be different for each individual. However, Shingles may bring intense pain, even in moderate cases of the rash. This video is showing how shingle looks like
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