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Treatment for shingles pain, post-hyperptic neuralgia

Protection from the fire belt:

Relieving the symptoms of shingles and severe pain, depending on pain relievers such as (aspirin - paracetamol)
Reducing skin infections caused by taking anti-inflammatory drugs such as (ibuprofen - naproxen)
Use of steroids to reduce inflammation and nerve pain, with a large dose of 40: 60 mg of prednisone by mouth daily in the morning.
Elimination of the virus that causes the disease by treatment with antivirals such as (Aciclovir - Valaciclovir, Famciclovir)
Using painkillers such as (aspirin - acetaminophen)
The use of Protex injections to relieve pain
Capsaicin cream to relieve pain after infection
Use of carbamazepine and sodium valproate, which are antidepressants, to treat severe pain
Anti-inflammatory medicines such as (ibuprofen - enaproxen)
Ice the affected area for ten minutes every few hours
Apply a solution of 78% calamine from 20% alcohol, 1% phenol, 1% menthol
Not to touch the personal tools of the injured person except after washing them and washing hands in boiling water
Keep giving the chickenpox vaccine to children
Keeping away and not touching the skin of the infected person, especially during the vesicles, to prevent the transmission of the infection
Vaccination against shingles, there is a vaccination against shingles, the goal of which is to avoid the spread of the virus latent in the nerve ganglia and its activity again
It is noticed that the incidence of the disease decreased by about 50% after the vaccination, which leads to a decrease of the disease by 60%
Reducing exposure to nervous tension as much as possible
Get good nutrition
Keeping the elderly away from children with chickenpox
Eat foods that help to strengthen the immune system, such as (green onion - garlic - honey - nigella sativa - olive oil)

Interventional radio-frequency is the latest method of treating shingles:
Radio-frequency is one of the latest methods of interventional treatment, and in the case of the fire belt, damage to the nerve is the cause of the pain, and therefore the damaged nerve can be treated with thermal frequency according to the location of the injury, and the thermal frequency changes the nature of the nerve transfer to the pain and thus the patient does not feel pain for a long time and is done This is in the operating room under the influence of local anesthesia and interventional rays and with the utmost safety and with a very high success rate

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