No. Vaccines are to prevent diseases, not cure or treat them.
You can take acyclovir after chickenpox appears. Ask your health care provider if you are not sure about the instructions for your prescription.
Herpes is the name of the virus; a virus has no blood.
If you mean can a part of the body which is affected by herpes bleed, it depends on what sort of herpes virus you have and which part of the body.
A cold sore, caused by the herpes virus, can indeed crack and bleed.
Often 2 weeks or more but can last years in some people (called post herpetic neuralgia). In lomng standing pain following shingles specific medications can assist.
You appear to be confused about the nature of shingles. A positive varicella titer shows that you have had chickenpox in the past, or that you have had the vaccine for chickenpox. You can't get shingles unless you've had chickenpox. If you have had chickenpox, a positive varicella titer is not protective against shingles, and you may need the vaccine. Discuss with your health care provider whether shingles vaccine makes sense for you.
Shingles vaccine protects you from the shingles for few years only.
There is no cure for shingles. Shingles or "zoster" is caused by the reactivation of the chicken pox virus in our bodies. It can be treated with antiviral medications such as acyclovir or Valtrex. Steroids are used for severe cases to control symptoms of pain, but do not cure shingles.
Prices vary widely depending upon your area
Best bet is to get a few local quotes
You may have a skin condition known as dermatographism
check out this website for more information.
just remember that this site is not a medical journal. It may not even be made by a real doctor. Please talk to your dermatolagist or your doctor before beginning any treatment plans. I did not include a medical journal because this site explains things in wonderfully non medical words.
Check medication you are taking. A reaction to Aleve can cause hives.
Also check out bed bugs, mites and kissing bugs
Roughly 24 SQ. Which is 2400 Square feet. Depending on waste, valley's etc.
There is 3 bundles to a square.
So the answer is 72
A bundle of shingles weigh ~ 80lbs, so it depends if you are using 3-tab or architectual shingles. There are usually 22 shingles in a bundle of arch. and 26 in a bundle of 3-tab. Doing the division and arch shingle weighs ~3.63 lbs and a 3-tab weighs ~3.08lbs. The weight will very depending on the brand and style of shingle as well... Hope that helps you...
No. It is perfectly fine to leave the plastic strip on. The strip is there to keep the shingles from sticking together in the bundle.
Try to remove this strip while doing a ten or fifteen square roof and watch your time a frustration rise.
Shingles is a disease caused by a reactivated varicella-zoster virus, the one responsible for chickenpox and it belongs to the herpesvirus superfamily where all of them are DNA viruses.
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There are 100 square feet. A "square" of any building material will cover a 10'x10' area. Don't mistake a bundle of shingles for a square, there are 3-1/3 bundles in a square.
The coverage will actually vary. 3 1/3 bundles may be standard for a 3 tab asphalt shingle but other styles and materials will vary.
It would not be suggested. You could further irritate your skin and possibly give the virus to someone who has never had chicken pox before.
The patient is no longer infectious when all the lesions have burst and have crusted over.This is from the textbook "A nursing process Approach" tenth edition
You do not get shingles without first getting the chicken pox.
You can't get shingles from someone. You only get shingles if you've had chickenpox in the past. If you have direct contact with shingles lesions, you could get chickenpox.
The first episodes are usually fairly mild and brief, and it may be minutes, hours, or weeks before the next attack. However, attacks tend to occur in clumps that may last for weeks at a time.
The skin and mucous membranes are the body parts most affected by chickenpox and shingles. Shingles also affects the nerves in the area that has the rash.
The symptoms of herpes zoster ( shigles) cannot be transmitted to another person.However, during the blister phase, direct contact with the rash can spread VZV to a person who has no immunity to the virus. This newly-infected individual may then develop chickenpox, but will not immediately develop shingles. Until the rash has developed crusts, a person is extremely contagious. A person is also not infectious before blisters appear, or during postherpetic neuralgia (pain after the rash is gone). The person is no longer contagious after the rash has disappeared. (Source Wikipedia)