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Diabetic Blister On Bottom Of Toe
Diabetic, dime-sized blood blister on toe for two weeks. Dark red. Keeping it bandaged. How long will it take to go away? No pain, no itching.
My dad is diabetic and his left feet from his big toe has water blisters how do I treat it? We drained it but it came back please help
Tincture of time: Hi. Assuming it's not infected (they usually are not), conservative management (watch and wait) will resolve the issue. Many patients aren't that patient, however, so I will in some cases remove the top of the blister, which speeds recovery, although that is not a standard recommendation in the foot field. Watch it & make sure there are no signs of infection. I hope his diabetes is well controlled ...Read more
I have hand foot & mouth disease & i have severe blisters. Should i be concerned because i'm a diabetic & the sores on my feet/ toes are very large?
The bottom of my big toe is a bit like a blister, or dead skin. Its also looks a bit pruny. Why is it like this and what do I do?
Friction Blister: Change the type of socks you wear to thorlo brand. •acrylic cushion sock fabric maintains resiliency and provides a more natural yielding, forgiving, dynamic environment for the foot (like walking barefoot in grass or sand). •result: more protection, more comfort. www.thorlo.com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At the bottom of my big toe i had little bumps and it turn into a blister. And then the bumps came back and on another toe as well. What could this be?
White blister like bumps on the bottom of toes, they don't hurt, itch, pop, or peel. The are more noticeable?
May be trouble!: Patients with diabetes are at higher risk for foot infections and ulcers (skin breakdown), due to nerve damage, inadequate blood flow to feet, and impaired immune function (all due to high glucose). If you have pain under your toe, you need to be checked out for infections, or ulcers, or even bone fractures. Diabetes is the leading cause of amputations -- check it out before losing a toe or foot! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have these tiny blisters on the bottom of my feet and big toe that develop and fill with a puss. Any suggestions?
Athletes foot: It sounds like you have athletes foot. It is a fungal skin infection that can manifest just like you described. Keep your feet clean and dry. Change your socks often. Use antifungal powder on your feet daily. Air your shoes out well each night so they dry completely. Spray the inside of your shoes with lysol. You may need a prescription cream or pill to cure it. See your podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If it is open: Then it really isn't a blister anymore, it is now a wound. Apply an antibiotic and covering. I prefer an antibiotic solution like beta dine when walking as creams can cause increased friction and maceration of skin. At night time, you can apply an antibiotic cream. (if beta dine not available, just clean off the wound with saline, or hydrogen peroxide and cover, and use the topical cream at night. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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