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Headache, no feve, intense itching towards the back below the breast line, painful. Cause and cure?

In the last week I have initially felt ill with a headache no fever. I have some intense itching towards the back but not on the back below the breast line and kind of on the top of glutous maximus... Kinda painful but my threshold of pain is high. I feel blah... My thought may be shingles and I have had the chicken pox . Also weird as it seem my face feels a little itchy...
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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my first que is - your age??
any skin lesion is there or not?? any rashes, bulla, blister???
if only itching is there without any lesion posibility of shingles is least likely..

measure your Blood pressure, if it is normal then take pain killer (NSAIDS) and levocetrizine.

if any skin lesion develop or no improvement in itching and headache then consult dermatologist or physician near to you.

Dr Ramashanker Yadav
MD Psychiatry
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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