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I had harpes zoster, right side of my face and in lower gum of teeth.

Hi i had harpes zoster two years ago. Right side of my face and in lower gum of teeth ( right side as well). Now I am feeling the gum side is getting in side and cheech is getting outside. and right ear s power is reducing and I always feel pain in the ear hole. I so scared.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Nov 2010
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic Forum,

Since the herpes Zoster involves mainly the ganglions and nerves symptoms like decreased hearing and pain in the ear are expected . The pain is most often not related to any lesions its mainly a neurogenic pain, it could be minimised by Multivitamin supplements which help in nerve regeneration. You can also go for pain killers for the timely relief.Better if opioid analgesics.

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Answered: Sat, 27 Nov 2010
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