I have been diagnosed with shings nearly two weeks ago and had to learn about it on the internet. Help.
If it's on your back or legs it can cause pain in your feet because it is very painful, and when pain is in one place it makes other places sensitive. But if it last to long you should see a Dr. It could also be compensation, say you were standing odd from pain, now you don't have so much in that area you notice it more. Try soaking them in warm salt water and keeping them elevated.
You are probably suffering from peripheral neuropathy due to the shingles. There are medications such as Lyrica or Neurontin to help these symptoms. I would discuss with the doctor when possible.
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