QUESTION & ANSWER
What do shingles look like?
The shingles rash typically is in a stripe, band or clusters, with blisters that resemble chickenpox (but not as many and not as scattered as with chickenpox). They will be open and oozing for the first few days, then will scab over and gradually disappear over the next 2 weeks or so. The rash usually is confined to one side of your body.