If you've ever had chickenpox, you're at risk for Shingles. That's because the virus that causes chickenpox never leaves the body. At some point later in life, quite unexpectedly, this virus can reactivate and erupt as Shingles — a red, blistering rash, usually accompanied by deep, penetrating pain.
As you get older, even if you feel healthy, you have a greater chance of developing Shingles. Learn about your risk now.