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Recurring breakout of shingles, itchy pimples. Could this be chicken pox?

Hello, i broke out with a small case of shingles , but the realised the last time i had it, a few weeks before i had broke out with little itch pimples when I went to doctor then I was scared it was scabies , but she said it was hive from my laundry soap and then my shingle rash broke out.. It went a way and now four years later. broke out with the little itchy pimples for a good 6 weeks, changed my laundry soap.. Now I have shingle again.. Could the pimples be chicken pox? this is my 4th case of shingles
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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HELLO ,REPEATED SHINGLES Y FOR 4 TIMES IS HIGHLY IMPOSSIBLE .IT MAY BE POSSIBLE IN ONLY IMMUNODEFIERNCY SYNDROMES.RULE OUT HIV AND HBS AG INFECTIONS.I THINK THEY ARE ONLY PIMPLES AS NO SOAP CAUSES SHINGLES OR LAUNDRY CAUSES IT
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