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Blister On Chin
I have cluster of blood blisters on chin. It has become worse with me picking. They look ugly & keep coming back. I NEED HELP PLEASE! DESPERATE.
Need more info: Of course as you know it was not a good choice to pick the "blisters". As soon as you can, stop the picking, See your primary care physician to recommend a dermatologist for you to see as soon as possible. Delaying is not an option as the situation will get worse without treatment and lead to infection and or scaring. ...Read more
Whenever I eat chicken items the next day I get boils and blisters on chin & near my lips why is it so.? what I should do. ..?
My one year old has hand foot mouth virus. Dr said it will heal on its own but is there anything I can put on the blisters his chin it's getting bad.
Hand foot mouth: Agree with your baby's doctor that blisters will heal on its own. No need to put anything on the blisters. ...Read more
I am currently using Proactiv and have gotten a blister on my chin/mouth area. Do you know when this blister might go away?
In about a week: You probably got a blister from using too much proactiv. Stop using it in that area till the blister has healed. And then apply it more sparingly and see what happens. ...Read more
My 7-yr-old has what appears to be a blood blister on his chin. If it pops, it is difficult to stop bleeding. It subsided, reappeared, growing to 1/4"?
Recently had an outbreak of tiny little blisters on my chin which are crusting over. They are not itchy and now I've developed a lump under my chin?
I'm pregnant, and this morning I awoke with "fever blisters" on my chin. Is this shingles, and will this hurt my baby? I had a case of very mild shingles at age nine, and this feels the same. Burning, and needle like pain.
I have a random blister on my chin, is it herpes? I'm also experiencing headache, body aches, a cough, sore throat and a fever. Help?
If it is a cut: Then clean with hydrogen peroxide and cover with aquaphor and a bandaid. If it is a blister, don't pop it because it is sterile so just do vinegar/water soaks (2 teaspoons white vinegar in one cup water) 10 min twice a day and cover with bandaid. ...Read more
7 hrs after fainting and vomiting, fever blisters appered on my chin. Can this still be related to my episode? Or herpes? And is this contagious?
"fever blisters" are caused by herpes simplex and are contagious. We are all exposed to herpes simplex at a young age. Some people continue to have outbreaks during stressful times and with exposure to the sun. Others may never have repeated outbreaks. Your body was stressed due to the vomiting and fainting episode you had. Thus, the outbreak of herpes simplex.
Valtrex will treat this. ...Read more
I have blister like bumps on my chin. They are filled with clear fluid. No head or pus. And they seem to spread. No other symptoms.
See a dermatologist: Without seeing these and getting a full history, including a list of any medications you may be on it is impossible to speculate on a diagnosis. ...Read more
My 2 year old daughter has little blister like bumps on her chin and neck have you ever herd of this? And if so what will cure her?
More info is needed:
This may represent a viral process and should be evaluated by your pediatrician. May also be contagious.
Please see your pediatrician. ...Read more
Blister like acne on my chin that pusses clear and goes crusty Started out looking like a zit and turned into this. Burns to touch when cracked?
This sounds like: It could be a viral or bacterial infection. You may need a prescription oral or topical medication. Please see your doctor so that this can be properly diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Not exactly: If there is pain on the jaw or ear areas, associated with some blisters on the face, a doctor might want to examine the patient to see if it is shingles. Shingles needs treatment and followup, unlike the simple herpes lip sores that go away easily. Shingles is a recurrence of the chicken pox virus called zoster (or Herpes zoster, but is not the herpes in cold sores). ...Read more
Need to examine:
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. It could be infection or auto-immune process. It would be prudent to see a doctor.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
My boyfriend has blisters on his head which he think its from the sun is there anything we can do for this?
Herpes zoster?: If the blisters are all over the head and only in sun-exposed areas (e.g. not in the hair), then maybe related to sun exposure. But if localized to one side or the other, i.e. no blisters across the midline, then herpes zoster (shingles) is a good bet. He should see a doctor ASAP: helpful treatment is available but must be started early for maximum effect. ...Read more
I got a light sunburn but my chin has little blisters on it like a second degree sunburn but I barely got a sunburn, they also don't hurt at all?
I burnt chin with hot oily food. No blistering but very red and painful. Two weeks in chin still redish purple. How long for discoloration to go away?
Redness: Redness after a burn can last for many months depending on your type of skin. Certain creams and bandages can help. See a derm for ideas. ...Read more
When I shave my beard I have some of sensitivity on the chin and some of the blisters. It makes me scratch my beard. Please help me what can I do?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Hi I have a small white spot like a blister under my foreskin where the head ends on the underside. It only hurts when I pull back the foreskin. Help?
Possible infection: If you are sexually active, this could be a sexually transmitted disease, such as herpes simplex, or other infection. If you have never been sexually active, the most common sore of this type is an abrasion caused by masturbation, but there are other possibilities. Please get this looked at by your doctor and get treatment for it. Avoid having sex until you discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: Oral sex can lead to small bruises or sores within the mouth. Obviously, the more energetic the act, and the longer it goes on, the more likely you are to have mouth issues. Blisters on the tongue are not all that common, but not impossible. Small bruises, hemorrhages, and blood-blisters on the palate are the most common oral problems associated with fellatio. They're rarely serious problems. ...Read more
Typical location: Of a cold sore is closer to your lip than your chin. A picture would be worth a thousand words. ...Read more