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My Wife Suffered An Extreme Case Of Shingles Two Years Ago. Can She Receive The Shingles Vaccination?

Her bout with shingles occured two years ago, but she still has what is called postheretic neuralga. Is there any reason why she can’t be vaccinated against shingles to lower the risk that she’ll experience a full-blown shingles attack again?

4 Thoughts on “My Wife Suffered An Extreme Case Of Shingles Two Years Ago. Can She Receive The Shingles Vaccination?

  1. Yes, vaccination may be given after a bout of shingles and may reduce the risk of another attack.

  2. ichyedad on August 15, 2013 at 8:50 pm said:

    Vaccinations help the body build antibodies without having the full disease. Since she has had the disease, her body should have developed the antibodies. If it didn’t, I doubt a vaccination would help.

  3. Prairie Girl on August 15, 2013 at 11:41 pm said:

    The Shingles vaccine isn’t given to anyone under 60, and is not given to anyone who has had Shingles.

  4. Ole Country Boy on August 16, 2013 at 1:40 am said:

    Shingle attacks are from men not beening nice to there wife’s so, you better strighten up brother, no shots that well stop it from coming back.There from nerves.

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