what are the odds of getting shingles after 65 yrs. of age?

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Answered: 2001 cost of shingles

I think that they are up about $5.00/bundle.

Answered: Consolidated student loans age 65

You can still resolve this problem by consulting the Department of Education Programs such as Student loan refinance rate . Monthly payment will be based on a percentage of your income.

Answered: Can you get shingles from the shingles vaccine

Shingles is a sister disease of chickenpox and is more annoying in nature. Let us understand what shingles disease is and what are symptoms of shingles

Answered: Shingles querey

Yes, they just told my mother (who just got shingles) that she could experience flare ups for the rest of her life. They didn't say anything to her about Valtrex though. I'll have to tell her to ask her doctor about it. She's really in a lot of pain.

Answered: Is AOL cheaper after age 65

There are something like 3% of the people (mostly in rural areas) who can not get high speed Internet, and can only use dial-up.

Answered: What IS shingles really, or, Help?

There are two conditions called shingles: 1, The use of an inferior roofing material when concrete tile was available. 2, Herpes Zoster flareups. If you had chicken pox as a child, the virus is already in you and can flare up without warning. It is very painful but there are treatments. Your ...
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Shingles

I know shingles is highly contagious, however the ones that have to worry about contracting shingles are ones that have not had chicken pox yet.

Age at death

Psalm 90 says three score and ten, or by reason of strength four score.

Shingles

The fracture did not, in and of itself, cause the Shingles, but the stress associated with the fracture weakened your immune system and the Varicella virus reactivated, resulting in the singles. Jay

Can you develop shingles even if you have never ...

no. The initial response to varicella is the chickenpox. The vaccine is not 100% effective. I do not know the statistics regarding reactivation of the varicella virus (shingles) following an initial infection occuring after vaccination failure.