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What Kind Of Bugs Bite And Leaves A Blister
Many kinds: Many insects cause blisters but some may be so small that they are not easily visible and look like little bumps.But some insects and spiders cause large blisters, these are brown recluse spider yellow sac spiders fire ants blister beetles bed bugs mosquito bite in some people mites rarely tick bites. ...Read more
I have really itchy bumps kind like bug bites that pop up occasionaly but blisters on my hands they go away & either come bak or leave a rlly dry spot?
?eczema: If it is a chronic skin condition on your hands with itchy, red dry areas then i would think eczema is a strong possibility. See my web site www.kleinallergy.com and click "allergies and asthma" so access info on eczema. A link is provided below. http://kleinallergy.com/allergies.html#6. ...Read more
Today i got a bug bite thing that itched then turned into a little blister, i also got one on the side of my hand and itches alot. What kind of bite?
I have a bump on my leg below my knee and it kind of looks like a blister. It doesn't hurt or itch but its not a bug bite. Could it be an std?
I have 2 blisters from some type of bug bite. Looks like 2 blood blisters with small rash bumps around the blisters. What could this be?
Possibly fire ants: Some types of ants, like fire ants, are venomous. Ant bites and stings typically produce a sharp pain and a burning sensation and result in a white, fluid-filled blister a day or two after the sting, lasting from three to eight days. There may also be itchiness, redness, and swelling associated. "Blister beetles" can also do that. ...Read more
Have some type of bug bite on my arm, red ring around the outside, and in center looks like the centwr of a blister.Arm is sore.What can I do for it?
Blistered bug bite: Because of individual sensitivities it's possible that your "bites" may be due to many many different insects. You really should consult a dermatologist to get more accurate diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Bug bites can turn to blisters sometimes. This is from the intense reaction that the bite caused in the skin. It's best to not pop blisters as this can open the skin to infection. Topical steroids such as Hydrocortisone cream applied under a band-aid can help reduce the inflammation (and intense itching) and minimize the risk of infection. Fortunately, most bug bites improve in a week or so. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leave it alone: By opening it artificially you will create an open inflamed surface onto which bacterial growth may occur. If you can tolerate leaving it alone, do so. If you cannot, have your pharmacist suggest an antibacterial ointment you can apply to the surface or just wash with soap and water and keep it very clean. It should heal in a day or two. ...Read more
Hi, I got about 9 bug bites in about the size of a half dollar on my left side. Now they are blistering. Should I be concerned?
More likely shingles: Ask your doctor to prescribe a anti-viral agent for you now in order to reduce the duration and intensity of the problem. ...Read more
ALmost all of them: With injury to our skin, inflammation occurs which means the area becomes red, warm, tender and with swelling. Swelling occurs under the skin layers and causes them to bulge creating a protective fluid cushion called a blister. As the area heals, the fluid will be resorbed or when no longer needed, the blister opens and it drains. This should take about a week. Keep it covered and protected. ...Read more
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