28yrs male c/o vesicular rashes rt side abdomen and back region since 4days pricking type of pain. No dm/htn Pic's attached please suggest diagnosis and treatment

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Typically eruptions are seen of herpes zoster Rx tab acyclovir 800mg 5times a day for 7days Locally acyclovir oint frequently Xylocaine gelly for instant relief Tab Levocetrizine5mg 1bd Tab neurobion forte 1od Tab gabapentin 300mg+nortryptiline 10mg 1od at bedtime Keep followup

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Shingles. A reactivation of the chickenpox virus in the body, causing a painful rash. Anyone who's had chickenpox may develop shingles. It isn't known what reactivates the virus. It is caused by the varicella-zoster virus — the same virus that causes chickenpox. Anyone who's had chickenpox may develop shingles. After you recover from chickenpox, the virus enters your nervous system and lies dormant for years. Shingle vaccine... Acyclovir oral and topical.. NSAID.

? HERPES ZOSTER.. NEED'S.. ANTIVIRAL .. ACYCLOVIR .. ORALLY AND TOPICALLY.. ANALGESICS.. GABAPENTIN WITH NORTRIPTYLINE.. NEUROTROPHIC VITAMINS..

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Clearly HERP ZOSTER T ACYCLOVER 800MG3TO4TIMRDAILY5DAYS CAP GABAPEN NT BDS LACALLY ..........OMT ACCICLOVER BDS FOR BURNIG AND PAIn xylocain jelly did Personal hygien Avoid cont with other members family

APPARENTLY HERPES ZOSTER TAB AND OINTMENT ACYCLOVIR DOLONEX DT 1BD NEUROBION 1BD

Thanks Dr. Pushker Bhomia, Dr. Sandeep Ghodeker, Dr. Kute Ankush, Dr.Dinesh Gupta
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Varicella zoster virus infections. Consider valacyclovir therapy for 5 days.

Herpes zoster

Vesicles caused by eczema are often treated with topical medications, including retinoids and glucocorticoids. Burn blisters or vesicles will be treated with prescription burn creams. You may also be prescribed oral antibiotics to reduce the chance of infection. How are vesicles treated? your about the best treatment options to reduce your symptoms. Treatment for your vesicles depends on the cause. Over-the-counter (OTC) remedies may be enough to treat vesicles resulting from allergic reaction, dermatitis, poison ivy, or cold sores. Many of these remedies are topical ointments that can soothe the skin. Antihistamines may be able to reduce allergy-related symptoms. Vesicles can be accompanied by other serious symptoms, such as inflammation or infection. In these cases, you may prescribe medications to treat the underlying causes. For example, bullous pemphigoid — a type of autoimmune disorder that affects older adults — is typically treated with corticosteroids to help reduce inflammation and antibiotics to help prevent infection. Bacterial infections are typically treated with oral antibiotics so as not to aggravate the vesicles. Vesicles caused by eczema are often treated with topical medications, including retinoids and glucocorticoids. Burn blisters or vesicles will be treated with prescription burn creams. You may also be prescribed oral antibiotics to reduce the chance of infection. What home treatments are effective against vesicles? Home treatments including alternative remedies can often be effective for treating vesicles or blisters. To care for an open or torn vesicle, wash the area with soap and water. You can use OTC antibiotic ointment to prevent infection. Cover the area with a clean bandage to protect it. Shop for antibiotic ointment. Natural treatments for vesicles that haven’t been torn or drained include: aloe vera, which is soothing and has anti-inflammatory properties apple cider vinegar, which has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties to reduce swelling and help dry the vesicle out tea tree oil, which has antibacterial and astringent properties

SUGGESTIVE. OF ..HERPES INFECTION SHINGLES

Hz Rx acyclovir orally nd locally nsaids In homoeopathy Rt 200 bd Veriolinum 200 bd

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