Chickenpox: Infection with varicella zoster virus
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My migraines started about ten years ago more or less when acquired herpes type 2. Since then was only getting worse with up to 3 quises 48 hours per month . First , I removed the lactose feeding. I improved a lot , but migraine continued to menstruation . During this period, our low immunity and herpes appears. Then I began to connect the two things : herpes x migraine . I think like herpes nerves. I had chicken pox as a child. Perhaps migraine is Herpes Zoster incubated not touched the skin. I did a search in the middle of last year which showed that 85 % of people who have migraine had chickenpox or have herpes . My intuition tells me that this is true , my body also .
I was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma stage IV in late May of 2005. Seven weeks after I had a baby girl. Started chemoABVD 8;CYCLES June 1 2005. Mid November 2005 developed chickenpox. Pulmonologist said I would not get out of hospital. Set up lots of scar tissue in lungs. Wanting to know if anyone has experienced this and later problems.
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