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Muscular pain in lower back, ribs, vesicles on skin. Prone to heatstroke, brother has chicken pox. Causes for vesicles?

hello sir, i am very prone to heat stroke as i cant stand for long in summer . day before yesterday , i was to work under sun and also was excessive heat due to summers , also my brother caught chicken pox 13 days ago . yesterday moring when i woke up , i saw small little vesicles , 4 on my right hand and 8 - 10 on left side of stomach , also 3 on neck . today morning when i saw them , they were all intact and no growth in number till now , i am also having IMMENSE muscular pain in my lower back and ribs . please help as what is it ? PS , i dont have fever ..
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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Thanks for your query.

Considering all factors, chicken pox is the first possibility in you. These pains can occur in the early phase of chicken pox. Fever does not occur in all patients of chicken pox. You should consult a doctor and start appropriate meds for it.
Some pain killers can reduce the pain for now.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 7 Jan 2014
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