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How To Treat Blisters On Soles Of Feet
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do nit rupture: them, just do not run for a few days ...Read more
Foot Blister: Smaller blisters, ones in which the fluid inside isn't visible, should generally be left alone. Since the skin over the blister acts as a protective shield, lancing it may only invite an infection or cause bleeding. While they don't need to be popped, small blisters may cause enough pain to alter a runner's stride, which may lead to injury. Applying the proper amount of padding can help. ...Read more
Cover w/occlusion...: With a break in the skin from either eczema (dry skin condition) and/or blisters, it hurts when pressure is applied on the foot because the skin will stretch and the sites are "raw". A way to calm the foot as well as provide some counter for the dryness is to apply cream, lotion and/or ointment under occlusion (coverage) - using such things as saran wrap, gel socks and/or bandage dressing. ...Read more
Try to leave intact.: Apply a moist warm compress to the area. Apply a pad around the area to take pressure off it. Apply antiseptic and bandaid. ...Read more
See below: Soak in warm water with epsom salt. Puncture the blister to remove the fluid but don't cut away the skin. Apply an antiseptic and bandage and try to stay off your feet. ...Read more
Go see a foot doc: If you can. If not, get a sterile needle or heat a pin and poke two holes in each blister. Express all the fluid but let the skin intact and don't deroof them. It will serve as a biological dressing and protect the raw skin at the base. Apply antibiotic ointment on each blister and wait for the skin to peel off when it's ready. In about a week the skin should come off easy. Repeat if they refill ...Read more
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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