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Dr. Philip Miller
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Blistering (Definition)

A blister is a collection of fluid under the epidermis. A blistering rash is one in which ...Read more


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Just froze a wart now there's a blister. Is that common?

Just froze a wart now there's a blister. Is that common?

Yes: Cryotherapy often leads to an underlying blister which lifts the tissue affected by the wart off the skin. ...Read more

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I had some warts frozen today with Liquid Nitrogen and they have gotten big painful blisters. How long will that last? Will they return?

I had some warts frozen today with Liquid Nitrogen and they have gotten big painful blisters. How long will that last? Will they return?

Liquid nitrogen tx: The blisters will eventually slough off in one to 3 weeks. New skin will appear beneath the scab. One treatment may or may not cure your warts. Time will tell if you need another treatment later on. ...Read more

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Blisters? Warts? Herpes? Or something else? Thank you doctors for your valuable time here on this forum. It's a wonderful service you are doing! i a

Blisters? Warts? Herpes? Or something else?

Thank you doctors for your valuable time here on this forum. It's a wonderful service you are doing!

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Need Diagnosis: Thank you for your kind words. We enjoy helping out. In your case, the first order of business is an accurate diagnosis. Once that is made, the correct treatment becomes obvious. ...Read more

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What could these wart looking blisters on body, mostly feet, be from?

What could these wart looking blisters on body, mostly feet, be from?

You need to get a : Diagnosis. Are they warts? Are they blisters? We don't see them, hence we don't know. The two re treated differently, so you need to see a doc in person.... ...Read more

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How to remove warts, calluses, & blisters on feet?

How to remove warts, calluses, & blisters on feet?

Quite broad question: All the conditions you are asking about can be examined by a podiatrist. The cause of each and the appropriate treatment is not the same for all. Warts are viruses resulting in a skin lesion. Calluses/corns are your skin's way of protecting itself from pressure. Blisters are breaks/peels in the skin resulting from friction but can be the result of internal injury/inflammation. Get checked. ...Read more

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I had a wart blister frozen 6 days ago. How long does it take for the blister to burst?

I had a wart blister frozen 6 days ago. How long does it take for the blister to burst?

Wart blister frozen: I had a wart blister frozen 6 days ago. How long does it take for the blister to burst? ANS: Not sure why you would freeze a wart blister. I would ask the freezer. But can do live video consult and look at it.Here next 3 hours. ...Read more

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Is it okay to pop a large blister that has formed after a wart was frozen off? I am diabetic.

Is it okay to pop a large blister that has formed after a wart was frozen off? I am diabetic.

Don't pop blisters: Blisters are fluid-filled collections under the skin. More importantly, they're sterile until they're popped. So leave them alone so that the new skin underneath can stay sterile and minimize risk of infection. Forming a blister after cryotherapy is normal - just leave it alone and let your body absorb the fluid. Keep it covered to minimize risk of rupturing it. Look out for redness, pain & pus. ...Read more

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I did cryotherapy to remove a wart two days ago and now I have a huge blister that's almost black. Is this normal?

I did cryotherapy to remove a wart two days ago and now I have a huge blister that's almost black. Is this normal?

Absolutely: Look up pictures of people that have gotten frostbite. It's not very pretty. Fortunately for you, yours is only on your wart. That means the doc got a good freeze on it. Best of luck! ...Read more

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I had 4 warts treated with liquid nitrogen and only 2 have got big blisters around them. The others have a dark grayish color. What does this mean?

I had 4 warts treated with liquid nitrogen and only 2 have got big blisters around them. The others have a  dark grayish color. What does this mean?

Treatment is working: Freezing treats warts by killing the wart tissue. It also kills normal tissues, with the same results as a burn. It souns like the liquid nitrogen also did a bit of damage to surrounding skin. This is normal with such treatment; it really can't be avoided. Just keep the area clean and dry. No worries, but if any concerns or questions, contact the doctor or clinic treating you. ...Read more

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Used histofreezer on my wart but also got it on other parts of my skin around the wart. will this huge blister go away and is it normal? really scared

Used histofreezer on my wart but also got it on other parts of my skin around the wart. will this huge blister go away and is it normal? really scared

Frostbite!: Basically, you have frostbite of the area, where cold has caused injury to local skin. You will come out fine from this, but it will take a couple of weeks to be completely healed. In future if doing histofreeze, put Vaseline around the wart on the normal skin to prevent the freeze from getting on the normal skin and causing this type of injury. Or have your doc treat your wart! ...Read more

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I had warts on top of my pinky frozen almost 1 week ago. MyPinky is raw and painful still. Blood blisters popped on own. Is this normal? What do I do?

Warts: Probably just local reaction to the treatment. Keep an eye on it. If any sign of infection, call the provider that did the procedure ...Read more

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For wart treated with liquid nitrogen, what happens if it blisters?

For wart treated with liquid nitrogen, what happens if it blisters?

Common: to blister after cryotherapy for warts. If a blister forms best to leave it alone. If it breaks, clean the area to prevent the possible spread of the wart virus. Avoid contact with the fluid, which may contain the wart virus. Often the blister will dry up over the next few days, and the wart may fall off. ...Read more

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I keep getting these blisters or warts under my foot. What are they and how can I stopp them from coming?

I keep getting these blisters or warts under my foot. What are they and how can I stopp them from coming?

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

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My 3 and a half year old had a wart removal treatment yesterday and today she has a huge blister. Is this normal?

Yes: If the wart removal was by an agent that causes separation of the epidermis from the dermis eg. Liquid nitrogen or cantherone you may see a blister. Call your provider to ger proper followup care. ...Read more

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Could this be oral wart? 4 tiny blisters became one..not pain no disturbance merged as one still tiny blis with red head.pop it. Little pain wh touch

Could  this be oral wart? 4 tiny blisters became one..not pain no disturbance merged as one still tiny blis with red head.pop it. Little pain wh touch

Doubt wart: I am not sure where this breakout is located but if on or around outside of lip then is probably herpes labialis or fever blister. Often get recurrences of this in same spot over time. Have you had before. See your doctor during acute phase for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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How can I tell the difference between having blister or wart on finger?

How can I tell the difference between having blister or wart on finger?

Clear fluid?: Blisters are typically filled with clear fluid and have a very thin layer of skin covering them. Warts tend to be very firm and develop thicker layers of skin over them over time. You can sometimes see black dots on the surface of warts where the wart virus is occluding superficial blood vessels. Blisters also tend to resolve over a few days, whereas warts last indefinitely. ...Read more

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Dr. Arnold Beresh
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Warts (Definition)

Wart = benign skin growth ...Read more