Fever. Nausea and fever will usually come at the same time. Misery loves company, as we know, so those two will come together. Sometimes there can be even no actual rise in temperature, but a patient will feel like it is. But the real fever caused by shingles may raise your body temperature up to 101 degrees F.

Headache. Lots of us struggle from chromatic headaches caused by weather or living in big industrial and business cities. But shingles is a dangerous virus that can cause more than just skin problems. Sometimes shingles also strike cranial nerves and cause a headache that can’t be beaten easily.

In some cases, fever is not the only symptom of shingles caused by a different body temperature. Some patients also complain about getting chills. Actually, it is a very common symptom that often shows itself before the rash.