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Blister On Ankle From Shoe
Raise the heel.: You can wear backless shoes, sandals. Or crocks. I suggest you see a podiatrist you may have you may have a very treatable deformity.See 1 more doctor answer
I got a blister on my ankle 2 days ago (from shoes). Now my ankle is swollen though I never injured it, but the blister is red. Do I need it checked?
I have a blister on the inside of my punky toe and ut hurts when I wear any shoe other thank Tom's to the point my ankle hurts and I have put a bandag?
Not at all: Blisters from friction will fill with a serrous fluid. Pus can form if they become infected. Smaller blisters should be left intact so as to not allow them to become infected. If they do tear open apply antibiotic ointment and a sterile bandage. If they do not resolve in a week or so be sure to see your doctor. If you do see pus, they are already infected, and you should see a doc much sooner.See 1 more doctor answer
Blisters: Are caused by friction and just like no two feet are the same, no two soes are the same so the shoe can very well be the cause.See 1 more doctor answer
Claw toes: If standing barefoot your toes are slightly contracted on the tips, almost like your walking to the tips of your toes that could cause blisters if they are not hitting your shoes.
Can you get a blister you can't see. I have a spot that hurts in my foot and I've been wearing new shoes?
You can have a: Pre blister stage that hurts just like a blister...the skin is still irritated from friction.
I have a huge white water blister-thing-blister on my foot from my shoes and its about the size of a dime. I don't want to pop it though. Should I leave it alone?
Blister: Second skin a spenco product at pharmacy.See 1 more doctor answer
Not herpes: Although it is possible to get herpes lesions on other parts of the body (called herpes gladiatorum), it is rare and is v. unlikely in your case. Most probably you're body is reacting to the ill-fitting shoes. I would definitely stop wearing the shoes entirely and try to minimize any activity that makes the feet hurt. You need to rest and recover first. Keep off the feet and protect the blisters.
I've had this blister/scab on the top of my foot for a few days from shoes and now it's inflamed and has pus. Should I be worried?
Right foot, 3rd toe has been having a blister like bump for months, now 4th toe has samething and hurts with closed in shoes on.?
Hammertoes: Is this in the tops of the toes? You may be developing corns from the tops of the toes rubbing inside the shoes. This is common if you have hammertoes. Try a a size larger shoes or shoes with a deeper toe box. If this doesn't help see a podiatrist.
Are running shoes wider in toe box? I walk for exercise. Blisters on ball of foot, rubbing on side of feet. Is there a shoe type I should look for?
How about working: With a pedorthist to get the right shoe for you.
Popped blister on foot from shoes. Has turned hard and yellowish. Is itchy. Right foot and arm tingling and bit numb. Is this related? Infected?
Blistering: Area turned hard, yellowish, & itchy after popped blister on foot: answer: could be cellulitis.Normally would want to drain blister instead of popping it. As a precaution, take an oral antibiotic such as Keflex or ampicillin. Right foot & arm tingling & bit numb: the arm tingling seems unrelated.See 1 more doctor answer
Anti-itch med: If the blisters itch you can use an over the counter cortisone cream or Diphenhydramine on them per directions on tube. If they look slightly red and infected, apply some over the counter antibiotic if not allergic to it. If severely infected, see a doctor (either pcp or podiatrist). Try to not scratch at the bites. You can keep a bandage over them to deter scratching.See 1 more doctor answer
Possible scar: If the most superficial layer of skin is involved in the blistering the chances of scaring are low, but the deeper the involvement in the skin the higher the chances of scaring. If the pressure or shearing forces creating the blister are repetitive in the same area, then callus will form thickening the skin and changing its normal appearance.
How did it occur: Was it from trauma, a burn, or other condition? See doctor for proper treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
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