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Bl Ister How To Stop Hurt Ing
My 5 year old son has a bad sunburn on his back and has blisters on his shoulders and has been up and down all night he wants his shirt off but scearms and crys when i try to take it off and beggs me to stop because he hurts him, what else should I do I f
I have some blister on the tip of my tongue, It hurts to eat or swallow. How can I stop the pain , and how can I get rid of them?
I don't know if it's a blister , it looks like a blister but it doesn't hurt or itch. I'm concerned , what should I do, what should I do?
POSSIBLE BLISTER: WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? SINCE WE CANNOT SEE WHAT IT IS, AND WHERE IT IS, AND HOW LONG IT HAS BEEN THERE, THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY THAT WE CAN OFFER A DIAGNOSIS. I HOPE YOU DO UNDERSTAND. PLEASE SEE YOUR PCP OR A DERMATOLOGIST. BEST LUCK . . . ...Read more
Blisters Hurt: I would bet that most of us physicians look at this question and see no reasonable way to answer this without pointing out that blisters cause pain. Sun blisters are blisters...So they would usually cause pain. What is the question? ...Read more
It can: If the blister is open with raw exposed skin underneath it, it could be painful. ...Read more
Get medical eval: Make sure you don't have an herpetic or other infection,. ...Read more
I have these white blotches on my sunburn. They don't hurt and are nothing like blisters. What is it?
Maybe...: Could either be dry skin where the skin is about to peel off, it could be a blister but there would be clear fluid coming out, or it could be your freckles. If they don't go away, or start to look abnormal, e.g. A mole grows or looks weird, see your doctor for advice. I can't really be precise on what it is unless i saw them in person. ...Read more
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