Shingles usually begins with an itch, a tingling sensation, or a stabbing pain, usually in the skin of the torso or the face on one side of the body. If blisters aren’t properly treated, bacterial skin infections can also become an issue. Shingles (herpes zoster) is a secondary outbreak of the chicken pox virus. The only thing I can add is that, surprisingly, soluble Aspirin worked a treat for me regarding the pain, every time. The sooner your doctor diagnoses shingles, the better. Talk with your doctor about treating the rash while managing pain.
Treatment Of Shingles