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Cures For Armpit Blister
I have a small little blister looking thing inside of my armpit, but it doesn't hurt what could it be?
Need to be seen: Not enough detail here for correct identification. If it sticks out like a finger, it is an acrochordon (benign skin tag). If it is a lump deep in the skin it is an epidermal syst or tricholemmal cyst. If you shave there it may contain an in-growing hair.Sometimes they have an opening through which you can squeeze out sebum which looks like cream cheeze with a sour odor. ...Read more
It's possible: HSV can occur anywhere on the skin and in the oral cavity. While it's possible for HSV to cause a blister in the armpit(axilla) it is less common. Tissue from scrapings of the lesion can be tested for HSV by immunofluorescense staining or PCR DNA testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For about 11 years I have gotten painful blister like bumps on my inner thighs and armpits. Multiple drs don't know what the cause is. Any ideas?
See your doctor: Painful blisters needs to be seen by your doctor to document location, size, and type of bumps/blisters. If needed, they can do a scrape biopsy to find out what it is. By itself, it's hard to determine, and you may be referred to a dermatologist who can pinpoint it right away and take care it. It's impossible to determine without seeing it in person, by your doctor first. ...Read more
See your doctor: It sounds like you may have an infection so see your doctor, do not shave the area for now. ...Read more
There are smll water blisters in my armpit, and is it maybe because i use a new brand of deodorant?
Possibly: Dry dry powder or a gentle roll on. ...Read more
My daughter is 11 and has lil blisters under her armpit that have popped open and now look like cigarette burns can you tell me what it is?
See Your Doctor: Your 11 yr. old daughter has blisters in her armpit. Blistering rashes have numerous causes. Having them confined to her armpit is an unusual location and could be caused by local exposure to an irritant, infections, or even poison ivy through touching the area. Because rashes are difficult to diagnose without visual inspection, your daughter should see her doctor for correct diagnosis. ...Read more