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Blisters: There are about 1000 different causes of blisters on the body. Diagnosis of these depends upon the person's history, look of the blisters, and distribution of blisters. Some people actually misinterpret these being blisters when in fact they're little pustules with infection. In short, you've got to see a dermatologist to get a diagnosis. ...Read more
Out of no where an itchy blister appeared. My 8 year old has this happening to him too. More pop up on us both!! What is happening?
Okay I have these red itchy blister looking things in my pubic area. They are not painful but they really itch. They are in clusters.
At first it was just a sunburn but now painful and itchy blisters have developed all over my face. Should I worry ? Are there and medicines to take?
Get it evaluated: If you have used any products on the face to treat the sunburn, you may have a reaction to them. You also may have given yourself a second degree sunburn. You need to take caution to prevent such severe sunburns in the future as it dramatically increases your risk of skin cancer. There may be some treatment options to help your recovery but you need to be seen first. ...Read more
Athletes foot: Try a topical otc fungal cream.Get a more detailed answer ›
My baby (11 months) gets itchy blisters on his feet that are always gone in the morning but come back during the day. ?
I have a cluster of itchy blister on buttocks and never had it before. They look they are water filled blisters. Can u tell me what it could be?
Maybe herpes: Sounds like onset of herpes simplex infection. You'll know in a day or so--lesions will probably hurt more and itch less. If they stay itchy, possible fungal infection. For herpes, BHT (available on line or health food store) 2,000 mg per day (taken in divided doses). Lesions should clear up in a day or two. Another "home remedy" is to apply DMSO ("horse liniment") from a veterinary supply. ...Read more
Dyshydrotic eczema: Dyshydrotic eczema is most likely. It causes severe itching, with small blisters around palms and fingers and eventually developing dry peeling eruptions in palm and fingertips. Stress is the most common cause, but may also be other unknown reason. Allergic or irritant contact dermatitis of hands may show the same /similar picture. Thus, material that your hands in contact with is the cause. ...Read more
Cold sore: One of the common types of blisters that can affect the nose are fever blisters. Though mouth, lips and the areas around the lips are the most common places to get this type of blisters, they can sometimes develop inside the nose as well. These blisters are caused by the herpes simplex virus and they are also known as cold sores. The moist environment is ideal for growth of this virus. ...Read more
I get these itchy blisters on my fingers that pop when i scratch them. What are they? And how can I get rid of them?
Dyshidrotic eczema: Very common disorder, where small blister like lesions that resemble tapioca are found on the fingers. Often times this is environmental, secondary to outside irritants. Moisturizers, using gentle soaps can be helpful. Sometimes, may require prescription topical corticosteroid cream for short period of time to resolve. ...Read more
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