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There’s also a chance that shingles patients can develop lingering nerve pain known as postherpetic neuralgia, Dr. Adalja says.
People who live to 85 have a 50-50 chance of developing shingles, which can result in a complication called postherpetic neuralgia, a debilitating nerve pain.
People suffering from three medical conditions — hydrocephalus, migraines and trigeminal neuralgia — may be able to use medical marijuana under a plan expected to win approval from the Department of Consumer Protection.
Much of the book details Andrew’s hellish 10-year struggle with trigeminal neuralgia, an entangled facial nerve that causes excruciating pain.
Zostavax, the current shingles vaccine, reduces the risk of the disease in adults over 60 by half, and the incidence of postherpetic neuralgia by two-thirds.
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