Apr 29, 2007
WHAT HAS PROVEN THE BEST TREATMENT FOR A MILD CASE OF SHINGLES AT THE NECK AND THE ARMS FEMALE, 50 YRS
Response from Dr. Young
Shingles is reactivation of herpes zoster (or chickenpox) virus. The treatment for shingles involves the use of acyclovir or one of it's cousins (famcilclovir [Famvir] or valacyclovir [Valtrex]). Treatment is usually effective only if started soon after the symptoms have started. BY
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