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More common with age

If you've ever had chickenpox, the virus that caused it — the varicella-zoster virus — is probably lying inactive in nerve tissue somewhere in your body. Factors such as illness, immune-suppressing medications or stress can permit the virus to reactivate, especially in adults older than 50.
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If you've had a reaction to penicillin in the past, you should always avoid it.
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