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Can Athlete's Foot Cause Blisters
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have athletes foot with a layer of blisters. I popped the first and the one under and when I popped that there was some blood in it. But there's another deep one under that, that appears to be mostly blood. It really hurts. How do I treat at home?
Antifungals/Consult: Hello, Athlete's foot with blister formation is usually indicative of a specific type of dermatophyte called Trichophyton Mentagrophytes. The issue becomes complicated when the blisters can have whats considered a bacterial super infection. I would strongly recommend you seek a specialist consult, especially if this is longstanding. If your foot becomes red, hot, swollen, with malodor head to ER ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inbetween , y left middle and "ring" tow are 2 grey looking "blisters" they seemed to grow over night. Assuming athletes foot? Hurts to stand on foot
I cut my self while cleaning my shower drain. The cut on my finger got infected and began formin g blisters around it. I had athletes foot before and this is what it looks like
You : You need to seek medical care for a number reasons: 1. To make sure you are up to date with your tetanus immunization, and if not, to get an tetanus toxoid injection. 2. To determine if you have infection and to obtain treatment. 3. To make sure you do not have a chemical injury from the cleaning materials. ...Read more
I have athletes foot on one toe, and when a blister-like bump is about to pop up, that spot tingles. Is that normal?
Good question.: Athletes foot is caused by a fungal infection. The fungus is likely causing skin irritation in some manner. A mosquito bites and causes an inflammatory response. I am not sure if the fungus actually nibbles at you as they are microscopic and we don't see them, but i assume they are irritating the skin in some capacity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer