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Can blisters feel like burns? If so, what would that mean?

Can blisters feel like burns? If so, what would that mean?

Certainly: Of course more serious burns blister. Blisters are fluid between and separating layers of skin. As a result and expected sensation would be that of burning. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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Could 1st degree burns cause blisters?

Could 1st degree burns cause blisters?

Burns: Typically first degree burns cause redness like a bad sunburn. Blisters are usually indicative of second degree burns. Both are painful. ...Read more

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I used a hot compress on my chalazion and now it stings and burns and looks pudgier with some blistering. What should I do?

I used a hot compress on my chalazion and now it stings and burns and looks pudgier with some blistering. What should I do?

Check up: It sounds like it's not really getting better with your treatment. The blisters bother me and, therefore, I recommend an exam to make sure your treatment is appropriate. Viral infections like herpes simplex, can cause a blistering and a painful rash. I suppose if your compresses are way too hot, you could be burning the delicate eyelid skin. See an Eye MD for guidance. ...Read more

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How do they treat blisters and burns?

How do they treat blisters and burns?

Symptomatically: Cool compresses and caring for the resultant wound/open skin is about all one can do. ...Read more

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Should you break a blister from burns?

Should you break a blister from burns?

Protect it: An unpopped blister represents a closed sterile environment. Yes on occasion one can become infected then it is time to open it, however the risk of infection in a dressed open wound is still higher than that of an intact blister. The blister will gradually resolve with time. ...Read more

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I was burned on the face, and now my burns are blistering, but not painful. Did i get 1st or 2nd degree burns?

I was burned on the face, and now my burns are blistering, but not painful. Did i get 1st or 2nd degree burns?

Second degree: By definition burns that blister are second degree, if no pain probably superficial second degree burn. ...Read more

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I burnt myself and now its a blister that burns how can I stop it from burning?

I burnt myself and now its a blister that burns how can I stop it from burning?

2nd degree burn: Blistering indicates a second degree burn. Ice will be helpful to control pain, unroofing the blister will probably increase pain so leave intact. Burning pain will resolve in 24 - 48 hours. Ibuprofen will help with the discomfort. ...Read more

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How long do the blisters on second degree burns normally last? I know not to drain them.

How long do the blisters on second degree burns normally last? I know not to drain them.

Usually not long: Usually they break in a day or two. If they are very annoying, your DR will use a sterile needle to drain them. ...Read more

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My daughter is 11 and has lil blisters under her armpit that have popped open and now look like cigarette burns can you tell me what it is?

My daughter is 11 and has lil blisters under her armpit that have popped open and now look like cigarette burns can you tell me what it is?

See Your Doctor: Your 11 yr. old daughter has blisters in her armpit. Blistering rashes have numerous causes. Having them confined to her armpit is an unusual location and could be caused by local exposure to an irritant, infections, or even poison ivy through touching the area. Because rashes are difficult to diagnose without visual inspection, your daughter should see her doctor for correct diagnosis. ...Read more