Signs of nervous shingles

People need to stay healthy, maintain healthy nutrition, take care of sports to increase resistance, avoid letting viruses penetrate and cause disease.

I have burning pain in one ear like a burn and palpation of puffiness in the outer ear, facial paralysis, hearing loss… Is this a symptom of nervous shingles and ask your doctor for advice on how to treat it? (A, 20 years old, )

Answer:

Nervous shingles are caused by the Herpes Zoster virus.

The virus multiplies and spreads with the nerve, and then breaks out in the area of the skin corresponding to the area of that nerve, causing a blistering and painful red rash.

The disease can recur for people who have been infected or who are immunocompromised.

Ear shingles are caused by the reactivation of Varicella Zoster virus at the knee ganglia of nerve causing clustered blisters, burning pain in the ear rim and external ear canal.