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More from 𝕤𝕠𝕞𝕖𝕠𝕟𝕖 𝕖𝕝𝕤𝕖

90 views · Feb 21st

UPDATE: WELL, they've stopped spreading, thank god and I think I'm over the worst of it - caught 'em early. Been on meds for four full days, and they show signs of getting a bit smaller, although more pronounced, harder, "hotter" and more painful. I have a hard time sleeping. Monday, I'm gonna go back in and try to get the two-part vaccine, 'cause I DO NOT WANT these fuckers again. Shingles is the viral infection that causes a rash with blisters on your torso, face or neck and it appears to be an insect bite initially, but it is most certainly not. People often confuse it for a spider or an insect bite initially and only realize later that is could be something severe like a common viral infection. Shingles can happen to anyone at any given time, usually, it affects older people who have a weaker immune system. Hence, stress is often linked to shingles as stress leads to a lower immune system and several chronic diseases. However, you’re at risk for developing shingles if you have had chickenpox at a young age because the varicella-zoster virus, which causes chickenpox, is also responsible for shingles. The virus stays intact within your body and sometimes it can reactivate at a later stage in life. Emotional stress is considered to be a trigger for causing shingles to reactivate as stress leads to a weaker immune system. People undergoing high levels of trauma, a sudden loss or chronic work life that leads to situations of dealing with stress and anxiety will weaken the immune system, giving shingles and opportunity to get stimulate the virus inside your body. Having a poor diet, loss of nutrients in your body, mood disorders, high levels of stress, anxiety and low feeling all affect your mental health and immune system. I guess I'm lucky - they popped up two days ago and itched, felt some minor pain, but yesterday morning the smaller quarter sized rash had doubled in size and another couple spots appeared a little lower on my upper torso, along with one on my back. After getting my CRV outta the goddamn snow yesterday, I went straight to the ER, got right in only having waited a MOMENT after being checked in and was seen almost immediately. I asked what may have caused it - she asked me what was going on in my life and told her about not being able to find a job, unemployment not kicking in, the 2000 dollars worth of car repairs and Phoenix being on her deathbed and she said it was all due to stress. SO, I got my three scripts and should be right as rain in a week or less. 800 MG Acyclovir - 5 times a day 300 MG Gabapentin - 3 times a day 20 MG Prednisone - 3 times a day

91 views · Feb 21st

More from 𝕤𝕠𝕞𝕖𝕠𝕟𝕖 𝕖𝕝𝕤𝕖

90 views · Feb 21st

UPDATE: WELL, they've stopped spreading, thank god and I think I'm over the worst of it - caught 'em early. Been on meds for four full days, and they show signs of getting a bit smaller, although more pronounced, harder, "hotter" and more painful. I have a hard time sleeping. Monday, I'm gonna go back in and try to get the two-part vaccine, 'cause I DO NOT WANT these fuckers again. Shingles is the viral infection that causes a rash with blisters on your torso, face or neck and it appears to be an insect bite initially, but it is most certainly not. People often confuse it for a spider or an insect bite initially and only realize later that is could be something severe like a common viral infection. Shingles can happen to anyone at any given time, usually, it affects older people who have a weaker immune system. Hence, stress is often linked to shingles as stress leads to a lower immune system and several chronic diseases. However, you’re at risk for developing shingles if you have had chickenpox at a young age because the varicella-zoster virus, which causes chickenpox, is also responsible for shingles. The virus stays intact within your body and sometimes it can reactivate at a later stage in life. Emotional stress is considered to be a trigger for causing shingles to reactivate as stress leads to a weaker immune system. People undergoing high levels of trauma, a sudden loss or chronic work life that leads to situations of dealing with stress and anxiety will weaken the immune system, giving shingles and opportunity to get stimulate the virus inside your body. Having a poor diet, loss of nutrients in your body, mood disorders, high levels of stress, anxiety and low feeling all affect your mental health and immune system. I guess I'm lucky - they popped up two days ago and itched, felt some minor pain, but yesterday morning the smaller quarter sized rash had doubled in size and another couple spots appeared a little lower on my upper torso, along with one on my back. After getting my CRV outta the goddamn snow yesterday, I went straight to the ER, got right in only having waited a MOMENT after being checked in and was seen almost immediately. I asked what may have caused it - she asked me what was going on in my life and told her about not being able to find a job, unemployment not kicking in, the 2000 dollars worth of car repairs and Phoenix being on her deathbed and she said it was all due to stress. SO, I got my three scripts and should be right as rain in a week or less. 800 MG Acyclovir - 5 times a day 300 MG Gabapentin - 3 times a day 20 MG Prednisone - 3 times a day

91 views · Feb 21st