Monday, February 15, 2010

Pictures Of Shingles On Hip Area Is This Shingles Or Poison Ivy Or Poison Oak Or Heat Rash Etc.? Pictures Included?

Is this shingles or poison ivy or poison oak or heat rash etc.? Pictures included? - pictures of shingles on hip area

Approx. 3 cm above the hip. No itching, but it hurts when my shirt rubs on and so on. A little nervous and can not go to the doctor. until Tuesday. I look pretty good closer. Kind of looks like small blisters on the skin. The size is about 4 inches by 2 inches. We hope that the links are clickable, I do not know how to do it this way - sorry. Thank you.


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Michael said...

Congratulations, you have a contact dermatitis.

The photo was very well done. The next time (hopefully not allowed), set a scale (ruler), so that the viewer can not precisely what they say that size.

In the photo would I say it is poison ivy (or oak). Washing and clothes with Dawn soap and dry (no dry cleaning). Remember their motto "Dawn Breaks fat"? As you are allergic to the oils in the leaves of plants.
You should clarify about 2 weeks.
You can use a topical cream (or another Ivy Out) several times a day.
I do not know where you are, but poison oak grows west of the Rocky Mountains, and poison ivy, East

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The oil is in the smoke. You (or can) your company to inhale the smoke and get poison ivy in the throat.

Mary B said...

Shingles is very painful to the bottom. People often complain of abdominal pain, headache, backache, and then say, oh, by the way, I have a bit of a hurry. In the case of zoster is only one side of the body. When I read this to spread. What you can not come earlier. The earlier you can use the antiviral drugs, the better start.

CQ said...

Bro as herpes zoster.

Sumsum said...

Shingles all the way! go to the doctor!

Sumsum said...

Shingles all the way! go to the doctor!

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