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Shingles herpes are very infectious and difficult to treat; LEEP procedure is not the option in curing herpes. People with a poor immune system are at greater risk for developing the infection. The condition is more common in people over 50, yet can also occur in children. Once the virus travels from nerve root cells to the skin, there appear lesions on the body that cause pain. Shingles herpes are very infectious and difficult to treat; LEEP procedure is not the option in curing herpes.

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Shingles Herpes

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LEEP Procedure, Herpes

The virus is dormant most of time, yet may activate and multiply for unknown reasons. Also called Zoster, this condition is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox and is likely to occur at least once in people who have suffered from this viral disease. Shingles herpes are very infectious and difficult to treat; LEEP procedure is not the option in curing herpes.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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