What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Shingles?

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If you had chickenpox as a child, you might remember the itchy red bumps that covered your skin. Maybe you stayed home from school resting and drenching yourself in calamine lotion. If you did have chickenpox, it’s reassuring to know that it’s very rare to have more than one case of it in a lifetime. However, having had chickenpox means you may develop another virus called shingles. Learn the signs and symptoms of this illness so you can recognize it early on and begin pursuing treatment.