By Wand Agency
Chicken Pox Shingles is caused by the very same virus that causes Chicken Pox and this can be spread to those who haven't had chickenpox, it is also known as Herpes Zoster but is not in any way related to the sexually transmitted disease known as Herpes Genitals. Chicken Pox Shingles can cause pain and can continue even after the rashes have appears. After a person has chickenpox, the Varicella Zoster Virus lives dormant within the nervous system and under certain circumstances such as immune deficiency and emotional stress can this trigger Chicken Pox Shingles. Find out more about chicken pox shingles through the link above.