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Causes Of The Big Toe Blister
Pressure: too much pressure for some reason / tight heel cord contributes to this / if left alone it could result in an ulcer leading to infection and worse problems this is worse for diabetics/ please get this checked soon with family doc or orthopedic surgeon or a podiatrist sooner is better than later ...Read more
The top of my big toe itches off and on and i scratch until it eventually causes a blister any idea its always the same toe?
I have itching between my big toe and it has been going on for three days now. What could be the cause there is no swelling or blister?
Tinea pedis: You may be describing tinea pedis or athlete's foot. Check out http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/athletes-foot/ds00317. There are otc medications available w/o prescription at most drug stores. Most important is to keep feet dry & be sure to wear flip flops if you shower in public areas eg gym locker rooms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What could cause a non-raised rash/blister on top of big toe knuckle? No liquid. Not itchy, not really spreading. Could it just be rubbing on shoes?
Don't be so Rash.: Your explanation sounds pretty reasonable to me. Watch and see might be your best game plan. ...Read more
Can i get advice? I've got a blister on my big toe and i want to know if there are any home remedies i can do to make it heal faster (overnight, or in a day) ?
If you are: Diabetic, then you see a doctor to take care of it. If you have no medical problems you can use a sterile needle and with the very tip pierce the roof slighly enough to get the fluid to ooze out. Then cover with a bandaid. Do not remove the roof of the blister. ...Read more
Leave it alone: It is best to leave it alone so it dries out from the inside. In the long run it will be less painful than if you pop it. ...Read more
My 2nd toe is always rubbing against my big toe, now I have a painfull blister that is soft with a black dot in the middle?
Popped blister on big toe side. Now its hard almost like callous. Been about 5 days now. Is this normal? Not painful really.
Callosity: A blister is from acute friction. A callosity, the hard part, is from chronic friction. Check your footwear. Check the size against a Bannock device found in most shoe stores and get a pair the is IMMEDIATELY comfortable. Don't worry about length of shoe by feeling where your toe are. I would guess your shoe was too narrow. ...Read more