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Can i put neosporin on blisters on forehead?

Can i put neosporin on blisters on forehead?

Neosporin: Hello, yes you can place newsprint on the blisters assuming you are not allergic. Good luck. ...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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Blisters on my forehead from a sunburn. How do I treat this problem?

Blisters on my forehead from a sunburn. How do I treat this problem?

See your doctor: The number and complexity of your symptoms mandate a face to face visit with your doctor. Its beyond the scope of this forum. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, my daughter has a high fever and when i kiss her forehead it tastes metallic. Can anyone tell me why that may be?

Hi doctors, my daughter has a high fever and when i kiss her forehead it tastes metallic. Can anyone tell me why that may be?

Couple reasons: She may be actually pushing some metals out of her pores with the fever. The most common reason is when someone is on amoxil (amoxicillin)...Urine and sweat can have a musky or metallic smell. I have also heard of it after a flu vaccine...Which does contain heavy metal- aluminum and mercury... ...Read more

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My 4 month old sons forehead often feels cold when i kiss him... the skin around his eyes is also often very red is this normal? Could it be SIDS?

My 4 month old sons forehead often feels cold when i kiss him... the skin around his eyes is also often very red is this normal? Could it be SIDS?

Is he acting well?: If your son is eating well, is active and alert for a few hours a day and is developing normally then you can relax. If not, he should be checked by his physician. SIDS is, unfortunately, a diagnosis made after a child has been lost to unexplained crib death, not a diagnosis in a living child. Remember, a worried mother deserves a visit to the doctor . ...Read more

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If someone has herpes and I kissed her from the cheeks , forehead and eyes (not lips) will i get infected with Herpes? ..is it so easy to acquire it?

If someone has herpes and I kissed her from the cheeks , forehead and eyes  (not lips) will i get infected with Herpes? ..is it so easy to acquire it?

Easy but...: Oral herpes is easy to catch, because many adults have it, but it presumably requires getting some saliva or kissing areas with sores. Nobody really knows what happens if a person just kisses "other" facial areas of a herpes patient. Oral herpes is considered a normal, universal infection in humans because so many people have it. A blood test can tell if one has herpes even if he never gets sores. ...Read more

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I have some small shingles blisters (not covered) on my forehead. Can I do business - bank, grocery, church - or am I putting people at risk?

You can do business: Shingles is not transmitted as shingles. Those without immunity, or with weak immunity to CHICKEN POX (varicella) might get chicken pox from this exposure. These include people who have never had chicken pox and have not been immunized against it, which is not common. It includes people with transplants such as bone marrow transplant. It includes people on certain therapies for lymphoma or other m ...Read more

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My long distance boyfriend has a cold sore and I'm seeing him this weekend- can I kiss his face and can he kiss my face? Like cheek/forehead not mouth

My long distance boyfriend has a cold sore and I'm seeing him this weekend- can I kiss his face and can he kiss my face? Like cheek/forehead not mouth

It depends...: Is the diagnosis certain? Facial herpes can occur, but less common than oral (lips, etc), and it is unusual to have outbreaks in two area, i.e. both cheek and forehead. If he has it and you do not, best to avoid kissing and other direct contact, e.g. no oral sex on you. You could have a blood test. If already positive for HSV1 (as are half of all people), you're immune, can't catch it again. ...Read more