Before the shingles rash appears, a patient can experience burning, pain, tickling, tingling and numbness on the chest or back, according to WebMD. These symptoms may also occur on the face, head, neck, belly, arms or le... More »

Chest pain is treated according to the source of the symptoms and usually requires the use of noninvasive remedies, medication or surgery, explains Healthline. For example, chest pain caused by a heart condition may be t... More »

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While some causes of chest pain are not dangerous, others are extremely serious and life-threatening, notes the U.S. National Library of Medicine. One of the most dangerous causes of chest pain is a heart attack. In 2009... More »

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The first signs of a shingles rash are unusual sensations in the affected area, including numbness, burning, tingling, sensitivity to touch or pain, explains Mayo Clinic. The pain of these initial symptoms can be quite s... More »

Shingles is a viral infection that affects a small portion of the body, resulting in pain, burning and numbness, followed by the appearance of a red rash after a few days, according to Mayo Clinic. The rash eventually fo... More »

The most common health issue that occurs following shingles is post-herpetic neuralgia, a condition characterized by severe pain in the areas where the shingles rash was located, according to the Centers for Disease Cont... More »

Shingles pain unaccompanied by the shingles rash is uncommon but still possible, according to Mayo Clinic. Known as zoster sine herpete, this type of shingles occurs more often in elderly patients and can be more difficu... More »