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Stinging rash on abdomen, joint pain, mild fever, loss of appetite. Cause?

I have rash from right upper abdomen around to back almost in a straight line around, looks like pictures I ve seen of poison oak but with it I have a achyness and joint pain perhaps mild temperature and loss of appetite . I was outside monday doing yard work...wednesday felt a pain in area of my right top rib and thought perhaps I d bruised it..but pulling up my shirt when I got home I saw this rash..which is burning but not itchy yet
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Hi Dear
Welcome to the board of Health care magic.
Dear friend the way you have described the symptoms for me it appears to be a case of Herpes Zoster. Nothing to worry you will be prescribed some symptomatic drugs like painkiller, soothing agents locally etc.
And it may take some weeks to heal because this a viral infection . It will complete its course
You please have a consultation with Dermatologist.
Hope your query is answered.
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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