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Dentist always gives me amoxicillin when take it get purple burning blisters & swelling of eyes& mouth?is this a minor reaction he seem to think so
Allergy ?: You may be allergic to the medication. It would be prudent to be tested by an allergist for your sensitivity to the amoxicillin. What might be a minor reaction now could be anaphylactic shock the next time you take it. Your body appears to be telling you something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fingertips are growing blisters and turning purple with tiny blisters down my fingers.What could this be?
I have this spot on my toe. I thought it was a mosquitto bc it itched bad w no color. Now its dark red almost purple. Not a blister. Above nail bed.
Does your dog bite ?: It still could be a bite of some sort. You are seeing a localized inflammatory reaction to a foreign protein possibly being introduced to your toe. There is dilation of the blood vessels and possible sub-dermal bleeding. Warm compresses may speed the resolution of the condition. If there is no improvement soon then it would be best to see your doctor. ...Read more
I have wounds that will not heal. IDO NOT pick nor scratch.I can c some turning purple like a blood blister underneath when its moist after shower y?
Wounds: Depending on chronology, distribution, examination and detailed history reccomendations will vary; so if persistent or recurrent be evaluated promptly ...Read more
I have a dark red/purple itchy/painful blood blister on my clit. This is the first time. Is this anything to worry about? What can I do? Can i pop it?
I burnt chin with hot oily food. No blistering but very red and painful. Two weeks in chin still redish purple. How long for discoloration to go away?
I had a painless clear blister on my hip. I tried to pop it, the only thing that happened is it turned purple and looked as if it filled w/ blood.
After days of hiking, I have a blister that is large, purple, and bulging out from under my toenail. Should I treat it as I would any other blister?
Getting the liquid: From the blister is what you want to achieve. Sometimes, if you soak the toe squeezing the blister can erupt it, if not with a sterile needle one can lightly and carefully pierce the roof allow the fluid to escape then apply a topical antibiotic bandage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer