Virus-induced nerve damage


The nerve damage caused by the virus can either be progressive during the acute phase, or leave extremely painful sequelae in the very long term (postherpetic sequelae).


Shingles can be treated by protocols using either mesovaccination, mesochelation, or mesoregeneration (procaine, magnesium, vasodilators and anti-inflammatories for their antiplatelet effects to stimulate micro-circulation), all of which have given excellent results.