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Redness and itching on stomach
Hi I am having redness and itching on my stomach with small watery bumps, earlier it was at one spot but I got at one more spot today. Please tell me what ointment i can use , Also I am a breastfeeding mother
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Don't worry...you are suffering from viral herpes  causing this red blisters spot.. Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription
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Kindly consult online for treatment
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Herpes zoster, commonly known as shingles, is a viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox. Here's some information about it: 1. **Causes:** Herpes zoster occurs when the varicella-zoster virus reactivates in your body after a previous chickenpox infection. It can remain dormant in nerve cells for years before reactivating. 2. **Symptoms:** Shingles typically causes a painful rash that usually appears as a band or strip on one side of the body. Other symptoms can include itching, burning, fever, headache, and fatigue. 3. **Transmission:** Shingles itself is not directly contagious, but the virus can be spread to individuals who haven't had chickenpox or been vaccinated against it through direct contact with the shingles rash. This can cause chickenpox in those individuals, not shingles. 4. **Complications:** Shingles can lead to complications like postherpetic neuralgia (persistent pain after the rash heals), skin infections, and in rare cases, eye or neurological problems. 5. **Treatment:** Antiviral medications can help reduce the severity and duration of shingles if taken early. Pain relief medications, calamine lotion, and cool compresses may also provide relief from symptoms. 6. **Vaccination:** There are vaccines available to prevent shingles, such as Zostavax and Shingrix. These vaccines are recommended for older adults to reduce the risk of developing shingles. If you suspect you have shingles or need more specific information, it's important to consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment.
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No need to worry.specific treatment is available.it depends on severity of the disease . Complete medical history is required.. Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.
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