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Small blisters on bottom of feet, what to do?

Small blisters on bottom of feet, what to do?

Depends on the cuase: There are many types and causes of skin blisters. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause blisters on the skin. Insect bites can also cause blisters. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...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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Hello doctors, i need help with blisters on bottom of feet?

See below: Soak in warm water with epsom salts. If blisters burst then apply antiseptic and bandaids. Start to use a silicone insert in your shoes to reduce friction. ...Read more

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My 1 year old has bumps/blisters on her bottom, legs, feet and hands; what can I do?

My 1 year old has bumps/blisters on her bottom, legs, feet and hands; what can I do?

Rash: Without a picture, it sounds like hand and foot disease which is caused by a virus. Take her to your doctor to verify the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What causes small blister on the bottom of your feet?

What causes small blister on the bottom of your feet?

Pressure: Pressure and friction centered over a prominence or other area on your foot from shoe wear, running and many other causes can result in a blister. ...Read more

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What should I do about blisters on the bottoms of my feet?

What should I do about  blisters on the bottoms of my feet?

Blister: Depending on the size of the blister and what is it is filled with you can try to lance(open) it. If it is a nickel size or less place a band-aid over it and wear dry socks/shoegear. If it is larger take a sterile needle, and cut an opening after applying rubbing alcohol to the area. You can apply pressure to express the fluid. If it is filled with blood/dark fluid see your doctor. ...Read more

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What can you do to help fluid blisters on the bottom of your feet?

Why are they there: You need to find out why you have the blisters. How large and how many are there? There are multiple conditions that cause blistering on the skin. Small blisters generally will rupture on their own and dry up. If they are large or very numerous you should go to the doctor to have them drained and cleaned in a more sterile environment. ...Read more

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My uncle has blisters on the bottom of his feet and sores with roots which cause severe pain?

Dyshidrosis: Dyshidrotic (also known as: hand-and-foot) eczema obviously appears on the hands, fingers and feet with symptoms of deep blisters or bubbles, and a red scaly appearance. Dyshidrotic eczema can appear on both he hands and both feet of the patient. Treatment is with super potent topical steroids. ...Read more

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I tend to get blisters on the bottom of my feet only in the summer time. What could that mean?

Possibly increased: Sweating or the types of shoes you are wearing. Some tend to wear more flip flop types of shoes......so careful with the choice. Some may go sockless as well which may be contributory. ...Read more

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How do I prevent blisters on the bottom of my feet ?

How do I prevent blisters on the bottom of my feet ?

Depends: Blisters can be caused by several factors. One would be poorly fitted shoes. Other factors could be tinea infection which is athletes feet/fungus. Others could be from increase in activity like running. Over the counter mole skin applied to the areas of increase friction should do the job. ...Read more

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How to treat big blisters on the bottom of your feet?

How to treat big blisters on the bottom of your feet?

See below: Soak in warm water with epsom salt. Puncture the blister to remove the fluid but don't cut away the skin. Apply an antiseptic and bandage and try to stay off your feet. ...Read more