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Dr. Philip Miller
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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 haverash with little blisters connecting with black dots in center, not painful just like a sting, not itchy and its on the left side of my stomach.

I haverash with little blisters connecting with black dots in center, not painful just like a sting, not itchy and its on the left side of my stomach.

?Shingles?: There are very few skin conditions that produce 'blisters' only on one side in a nerve root distribution. This may be herpes zoster (shingles), in which case might be very helpful to see a doctor to limit duration, degree of discomfort and possibility of post-herpetic neuralgia. ...Read more

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What could stool changes sn itchy nose ears an blister bumps on right side of body an stomach pain bye belly button as well as overly emotional is th?

Symptoms: You have so many diverse symptoms and your typing makes it difficult to fully read. To be honest, it sounds like you should start by seeing your primary care doctor to actually lay eyes and hands on you, as well as to consider if labs or imaging studies are warranted. You should see a doctor. ...Read more

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I have tiny bumps on my stomach that look like blisters . What could that be?

I have tiny bumps on my stomach that look like blisters . What could that be?

Need more info: Need to know how long you have had the blisters, do the blisters have fluid in them, do they itch, hurt or burn? If the blisters do not show signs of going away on their own, suggest you consult your primary care physician or a dermatologist to get a proper diagnosis and treatment if needed. ...Read more

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I had the sudden appearance of a blood blister on abdomen. I didn't hurt myself and it had coagulated. Should i see a dr?

I had the sudden appearance of a blood blister on abdomen. I didn't hurt myself and it had coagulated. Should i see a dr?

Angiomas: Cherry angiomas are fairly common skin growths that vary in size. They can occur almost anywhere on the body, but usually develop on the trunk. They are most common after age 30. The cause is unknown, but they tend to be inherited (genetic). However, to be sure see your dermatologist. ...Read more