Usually you get shingles on your chest and tummy, but it can appear on your face, eyes and genitals.
The health body adds: “The shingles rash appears as red blotches on your skin, on one side of your body only. A rash on both the left and right of your body is unlikely to be shingles.
“The blotches become itchy blisters that ooze fluid. A few days later, the blisters dry out and scab.
“The rash can form a cluster that only appears on one side of your body. The skin remains painful until after the rash has gone.
Source: | Daily Express