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I found blisters on the soles of my feet! help!?

I found blisters on the soles of my feet! help!?

They should be : Looked at to make sure it is something simple like athletes foot. Other bullous disorders can be serious so if you want to try an athletes foot cream you can but if not getting any response or spreading see foot doc or dermatologist for consult. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

A blister is a collection of fluid under the epidermis. A blistering rash is one in which ...Read more


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Weird blisters on the soles of my feet from walking all day. How can I treat this?

Weird blisters on the soles of my feet from walking all day. How can I treat this?

See below: Try to keep the blister intact unless painful. Soak in warm water with epsom salt to soothe the area and try to put some padding around the blisters to remove pressure. Consider seeing a podiatrist. ...Read more

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Blister on sole of foot, what to do?

Blister on sole of foot, what to do?

That depends: On cause of blister and medical history. For example if your diabetic - see a foot doc right away and dont tend to by yourself. If healthy and an isolated blister with a sterile instrument after skin cleansed you can pierce the roof to drain the liquid. Do not remove the blister just drain then apply bandage and allow to dry out. ...Read more

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Wake up with itchy bites on arms and a single bite on sole of foot and have tiny blisters on fingers/palm of hand its been going on for about 2-3month?

Wake up with itchy bites on arms and a single bite on sole of foot and have tiny blisters on fingers/palm of hand its been going on for about 2-3month?

May not be bites: It is possible that you have something called hand/foot ezcema or dermatitis, since it has been going on for a long time. You also describe tiny blisters which are found in this condtition. While it is treatable, it is not curable. You should see a dermatologist for treatment and to verify the diagnosis. ...Read more

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Hello, I do hill walking as a hobby, and i get sore soles of feet. I wear boots and thick socks designed for task. Like spot blisters. Can u hl thanks?

Hello, I do hill walking as a hobby, and i get sore soles of feet. I wear boots and thick socks designed for task. Like spot blisters. Can u hl thanks?

Moleskin: In areas of pressure, try using moleskin a soft sueded covering with one side adhesive, this may help. Consider the type and fit of shoe wear as improper fit or inappropriate shoe/boot type may be the source of irritation. Good luck. ...Read more

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Wire sliver 1/2" long sole of foot finally got out today ok?

Wire sliver 1/2" long sole of foot finally got out today ok?

Pesky slivers: Wire slivers, more than wood, have a way of working their way out. That is good for you. Now watch for signs of redness or swelling. If concerned , see a professional. ...Read more

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Foot swellng, pain and burning feeling on soles of feet, what to do?

Foot swellng, pain and burning feeling on soles of feet,  what to do?

Swelling pain: There are a lot of possibilities here. See your podiatrist for an exam and treatment ...Read more

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What would cause random feeling burning on the sole of foot?

What would cause random feeling burning on the sole of foot?

Burning feet: Many things can cause burning of feet like diabetes, low back issues, nerve damage neuroma. Get it checked. May need nerve conduction study. ...Read more

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What are the main symptoms tingling on sole of foot. What is it?

What are the main symptoms tingling on sole of foot. What is it?

Tingling: Tingling is the symptom. This could be arch claudication or nerve entrapment such as tarsal tunnel syndrome. See your podiatrist for an evaluation. ...Read more

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How long does it usually take for blistering athletes foot to clear up?

A few of days: Usually the blistering will clear up quickly with good care. Use the topical antifungals as directed. If you are consist, the blistering will calm down in a few days and the fungal infection will clear in a week or two. Keep the antifungal handy, as it is common for reinfection. The fungus is everywhere, if you are suseptible, you will get it. Dr l. ...Read more

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