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Skin sensitivity on lower back, mid stomach. Nerve pain from back to groin. Possible treatment?

HI there, i have been haveing skin sensitivity on my back on the lower left side. It radiates around to the mid- stomach as well. The skin feels like it s sun-burned, but there is no rash and I ve not been n the sun. There is also nerve pain that radiates down from the back through the left leg and groin . The burning sensation has gotten worse and has een progressing for about a week.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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hi there,
the description u are giving suggests a pre herpetic pain of herpes zoster.this is the pain which arises in a segmental fashion before onset of vesicles on an erythematous base . this is a viral infeection caused by varicella zoster virus. i would suggest you to show it to a dermatologist in case any vesicles are seen in the area.possible treatment would include an NSAID or amytryptiline or gabapentin.
dr akhilesh
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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