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Right Breast Blister Symptoms
Blister: Blisters are often due to trauma such as friction. To get the area to heal you should keep it drama and or friction free, clean, and dry. If the overlying skin pops and the fluid drains and you may apply antibiotic ointment and keep the bandage over it. Do not attempt to pop or train it your self as this could lead to infection. If it is not resolving in a matter of days or if there are any signs of infection please have your doctor look at it. ...Read more
Mulitple recurring blood blisters on my breasts not in any area that would be exposed to friction is this normal ?
I have a welp almost looks like a blister dime size that has just came up on my right breast. It's not painful and don't itch. What could it be?
Get this ck-d: Maybe an infection. But there are cancers that appear this way. Get it examined. Family history, know. ...Read more
Blisters: A blister is an erosion produced by friction. It is usually best to leave a blister intact as the top layer of skin is protecting. Once the top layer is gone, sensitivity increases as does the risk for infection and chance of scarring. If the top layer is gone, a thin film of petroleum jelly can act as a barrier to protect along with a non stick bandage. ...Read more
Athletic wear: If you do not have an athletic bra, then please get one or two that are soft and that hold you well and comfortably tight; if you are running with an athletic bra, then it seems that the fit is not quite suitable; meanwhile, take care of the blisters; be sure these do not break down further. ...Read more
This morning i found a blister on my right breast, no pain, clear fluid.This is the first one that I have ever found.What could it be?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options if needed. It may be from trauma to the area. ...Read more
I went tanning to long outside and got many small and one big blisters between my breasts. They hurt incredibly bad. What should I do?
2nd degree burn: It sounds like you have a 2nd degree burn from the sun. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated then rinse your burn with cool water. Then clean with burn area with mild soap and water but try not to break the blisters. Pat the area clean with cloth or gauze. There is a small risk of infection and an ointment such as polysporin (bacitracin and polymyxin) may help. Finally, try Acetaminophen for pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: You should have this evaluated by your dermatologist ...Read more
I have a small rash between my breasts that is itchy and looks like a patch of small blisters. It also is peeling. Should i be worried.
No: But you may want to see a dr for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
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