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Shingles on Neck

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Updated April 14, 2009

Shingles is more likely to develop when immunity to the virus starts to wane. This happens naturally as we get older but it can develop at any time.
Shingles on Neck
Photo © John Pozniak
This picture also shows a shingles rash that is just a little farther along than the previous rash. The upper part of the rash has blisters that are filling up with pus, and in the lower part of the rash the blisters are starting to crust over.
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