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diabetic, dime-sized blood blister on toe for two weeks. dark red. keeping it bandaged. how long will it take to go away? no pain, no itching.

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Dr. Scott Keith
Podiatry 44 years experience
It's Gone already.: After two weeks, I think it's time to forget about the bandage. The cap will come off and the dried blood will be swept away. If there is any residual tenderness, and I doubt if there will be, use a bandaid for a few days.

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Last updated Jan 2, 2016

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