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My Story, My Diagnosis: Nancy's Story

Medically reviewed in December 2020

Nancy experienced a shingles infection in January of 2018. In this video, she shares her story, including her initial symptoms, her visit to the emergency room and how the shingles rash spread to her eyelid, nose and mouth before clearing up.

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