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Where would I have inner thigh blisters from?

Where would I have inner thigh blisters from?

Depends on the cause: There are many types and causes of skin blisters or rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections and insect bites can cause blisters on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more


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I have stretchmarks on my inner thigh and 2 have blister like sores on the inside of them they don't itch just hurt what can I do to relieve the pain?

I have stretchmarks on my inner thigh and 2 have blister like sores on the inside of them they don't itch just hurt what can I do to relieve the pain?

Friction: Within stretch marks the skin is thinned, and thus more fragile. Your inner thighs are rubbing against each other when you walk or run, creating friction which in turn causes the blisters & sores. You need to minimize that friction. Lose weight (if necessary), and buy one of those friction-reducing creams that sporting goods stores sell. Also, keep the sores covered with bandaids until they heal. ...Read more

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I have a weird bump, that is soft. It's not quite a blister but it hurts a little when I push down on it. It is on my inner thigh?

I have a weird bump, that is soft. It's not quite a blister but it hurts a little when I push down on it. It is on my inner thigh?

Thigh Bump: Without seeing the lesion it is impossible to make a correct diagnosis. But this could be a neurofibroma. Neurofibromas are benign nerve sheath tumors. They arise from the supportive tissue within the nerve itself. As these tumors grow, they displaced and compress important nerve fascicles within the nerve. This causes pain, weakness, and numbness. ...Read more

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I've been getting blisters on my inner thighs for a while now, small quarter size bliters that swell up and pop and ozz a clear liquid.. I thought it m?

I've been getting blisters on my inner thighs for a while now, small quarter size bliters that swell up and pop and ozz a clear liquid.. I thought it m?

Consuklt a skin spec: A dermatologist(skin specialist) should be consulted for checking you to determine what skin condition you might have before it can be treated properly. ...Read more

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I saw a small blister on my inner thigh during the weekend, I have been keeping a band aid on it but more skin comes off after the band aid is off.

I saw a small blister on my inner thigh during the weekend, I have been keeping a band aid on it but more skin comes off after the band aid is off.

Maceration: Dead skin which is occluded beneath a bandage will stay moist and easily peel off when the bandage is removed. In some cases keeping a wound moist is beneficial, such as with an abscess. Options for avoiding this recurrent moisture problem include leaving the wound open to air when not engaged in activities that increase risk of infection, or using non-adherent type bandages. ...Read more

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Blisters with cellulitis and red lines coming off the sides. Itchy and painful. On inner thigh. Showed up 2 days ago.

Blisters with cellulitis and red lines coming off the sides. Itchy and painful. On inner thigh. Showed up 2 days ago.

Cellulitis: If this is truly cellulitis, and there are streaks starting to form around the area, then you should get evaluated by a Doctor as you may need antibiotics as part of a curative treatment. best wishes. ...Read more

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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?

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