Danger Of Shingles On The Face?
In the afternoon, I want to ask if herpes disease in the eye is dangerous and whether you can wash your face
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Shingles is caused by the Varicella zoster virus (the virus that previously caused chickenpox) reactivates, so it travels from the brain or spinal cord to nerve fibers to the skin. Shingles can occur in various parts of the body, including the eyes. In the medical realm, this condition is also called ophthalmic shingles. The reason is due to the spread of the virus through trigeminal nerve fibers that innervate the eyes and surrounding supporting tissues.
Clinically, shingles will appear as reddish-watery, red, itchy, hot, painful, and may break and discharge, then dry into scabs. In people with good endurance, this condition is often harmless. However, if not treated properly, sufferers can experience complications such as:
The formation of scar tissue, which can cause asymmetrical eyelids, ectropion, entropion Inflammation of eye tissue, such as sclera, cornea, optic nerve fibers, retina, choroid --- can lead to permanent blindness Post herpetic neuralgia (post herpes pain), and so Therefore, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist. If necessary, the doctor can also coordinate with a dermatologist to get the best treatment.
Maintain your immune system by increasing rest, eating and drinking healthy and nutritious, do not always exertion too tired Do not handle herpes rash carelessly Do not also provide any treatment, except on the advice of a doctor Maintain good personal hygiene so as not to cause secondary infections in herpes rashes which causes healing to run slower --- you may wash your face, only, avoid excessive rubbing around the herpes rash