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Blisters On Outside Of Nose
My 2 yr old son woke up with a blister on the outside of his nose, it scabbed over and another formed and has just kept repeating. The outside of his?
See MD: Sorry your son isn't feeling well. If the crusts /scabs are honey colored this may be impetigo. If the lesions are truly blisters which are fluid filled this may be Herpes Simplex Virus. Please get a full exam for your son a culture can be taken if there is any question to the diagnosis. ...Read more
Same question?: Unless I am way too tired for my own good at nearly 3 AM I think you are asking the exact same question into different ways are you not? Nose blistersare no different from any other type of blister and the duration to heal is dependent upon each individual. If you simply keep the blister clean with soap and water (Assuming it is not a complicated or infected abscess) then, it should heal quickly. ...Read more
Are they: Are they painful or itchy?Get a more detailed answer ›
Can water blisters spread to my nose? I was itching my nose and now I think they may have spread.
It depends what you mean by water blisters.
A blister from friction, as you might get on your hand after a lot of digging with a shovel without gloves, is not transmissible.
Vesicles, tiny fluid filled bubbles on the skin, from viral infections, however can spread. Be careful. Wash your hands frequently. Cover the area, and try not to touch your face (esp. Nose, eyes, mouth). ...Read more
I have a white blister on my nose with redness around it. It's been there for almost 20 yrs the redness seems to be getting worse?
Should be evaluated: If you have had this lesion for 20 years and it it changing for the worse, you should have it examined. A dermatologist would be the best route to go, as he/she can biopsy the lesion-if necessary-to definitively make a diagnosis and treat. ...Read more
I had a blister come up on the top of my nose. It wasn't there when I left for work but came up during the day. I have no idea what it could be.?
I got 3 tiny blister looking things two just in sise my nose and one out then the next day they appeard on my nose then the next day one tiny on cheek?
Herpes?: See a dermatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bumps that turned into blisters on nose that are reoccuring and are not painful open sores that used to puss. Painful?
Skin eruptions: This could be herpes infection with recurrence or could be bacterial infection. You would have to be carefully examined and these lesions perhaps cultured and/or examined under the microscope. Go and see a doctor and get this taken care of because if bacterial this could turn very severe very quickly. ...Read more
My nose has spot like blisters on there. I think it's because I squeezed my nose for taking out blackheads. Is there's way to fix this?
Yesterday I noticed a red bump under my nose it worsened and now there are tiny blisters exactly where I applied vicks... Could it be a reaction?
I have been dealing with allergies for a week w/lots of blowing & now my nose is red & look like clear blisters. It's only on one side and it's painfu?
Nasal blisters: You may have developed nasal herpes or secondary bacterial infection try using antibiotic ointment like neosporin on nose lesions. If this gets worse you should be seen by your doctor to be sure this is not a spreading infection e.g. Staphylococcus. Herpes lesions are usually self limiting and take two weeks or so to heal, but it should not be spreading. ...Read more
I have skin on my nose that keeps oozing, what could it be? About every 3 or 4 months I get a patch of skin on my nose that starts to ooz badly, it's not always the exact same area of skin, it oozes clear liquid and then it seems to kind of blister and th
It sounds like an infectious etiology. Perhaps you are dealing with impetigo, which is a bacterial skin infection. It causes sores that often break open, ooze fluid, and then develop a yellow to brown crust. They are most commonly found around the mouth and nose. It can recur.
If this occurs again you can try an over the counter anti-bacterial cream to the affected area two to three times a day. Finally, this may not be the iisue at all, it is always a good idea to let your doctor evaluate you, make a diagnosis, and treat.
Take care. ...Read more