​Postherpetic neuralgia develops after an outbreak of zoster (shingles) and can lead to severe pain 

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Postherpetic neuralgia refers to pain that remains after an outbreak of varicella zoster (also known as shingles). Postherpetic neuralgia develops in approximately 6% of those that develop shingles[1] and can be very painful and affect quality of life.

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