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Blood blisters with lupus?

Blood blisters with lupus?

Maybe: You can get certain blistering skin conditions associated with lupus. I need more information like are the blisters on your skin, and or inside your mouth or nose ? A dermatologist would help you. ...Read more

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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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3 yr f has a chilblain on toe should I worry about lupus / or underlying condition . She seems healthy . Led saw her said idiopathic sometime help?

3 yr f has a chilblain on toe should I worry about lupus / or underlying condition . She seems healthy . Led saw her said idiopathic sometime help?

Blood tests.: It is most likely idiopathic, but if he/she were my child i would go to the pediatrician and discuss some simple blood tests to try and rule out other possibilities, just to be sure. ...Read more

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Can herpes & lupus when it cums to break out of blister act the same? Does herpes blister have an odor or does lupus blister have an odor?

Can herpes & lupus when it cums to break out of blister act the same? Does herpes blister have an odor or does lupus blister have an odor?

Lupus and herpes: There is a blistering form of lupus called bullous lupus. Blisters are large or small, there are many of them and they are distributed evenly on both sides of the body. Herpes is one location, grouped vesicles on a red patch. People with weakened immune systems may have blisters in more than one location. Neither lupus nor herpes blisters have an odor unless infected. Please see your doctor asap. ...Read more

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I recently developed swelling and pain on the right side of my second right toe. I do have discoid lupus but it doesn't look like a usual sore.

I recently developed swelling and pain on the right side of my second right toe. I do have discoid lupus but it doesn't look like a usual sore.

Toe Swelling: There are many reasons a toe can be swollen. Tight shoes, ingrown toenails, corns and calluses, for example, may all cause toes to be swollen and painful. An ingrown toenail may also become infected, which could also be very painful. Lupus, also, may cause swelling and pain. If wearing shoes that are wider and cause less pressure against the toes does no alleviate your problem, see a Podiatris ...Read more

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I was just told by my doctor that i either have lupus or roseasa on my face! it's very red and spotted almost looks like scaley blisters!

I was just told by my doctor that i either have lupus or roseasa on my face! it's very red and spotted almost looks like scaley blisters!

Depends: I assume that your doctor is doing things to evaluate this more fully. See if you are going to be seeing a dermatologist or rheumatologist in their near future. ...Read more

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Blister very easily from slightest scratch, bump. Sometimes w/ blood. Started after stress, anxiety last yr. Lupus docs unsure of condition.

Blister very easily from slightest scratch, bump. Sometimes w/ blood. Started after stress, anxiety last yr. Lupus docs unsure of condition.

Easy blistering: http://www.niams.nih.gov/Health_Info/Pemphigus/pemphigus_ff.asp it may be a variant of pemphigus, do you have mouth lesions or sores? Would follow up with dermatologist and get a biopsy and IgA antibodies ...Read more

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I have Lupus and just got over an infection in my nose. Now I have a blister like lesion on my face. Could these be indicative of a current flare?

I have Lupus and just got over an infection in my nose.  Now I have a blister like lesion on my face.  Could these be indicative of a current flare?

R/O LUPUS FLARE: It depends you need an exam&Labs.. Lupus flares tend to develop a patten if your last flare was similar and your labs are elevated(ANA/CRP/SED RATE) you mY need to be treated. Follow up with internist &RHEUMATOLOGY CONSULT ...Read more

Toes (Definition)

Toes are the digits at the ends of the feet, most people have 10 and they normally ...Read more