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A have a big bubble on my toe?

A have a big bubble on my toe?

Sounds like: A blister, which usually takes around a week or so to diminish and heal depending on the size. I usually don't recommend popping them. If you are concerned get seen by a Podiatrist for proper diagnosis and treatment!

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What is a big bubble on my toe looks like clear liquid?

Blister: From your description it is likely a blister. Have you worn ill fitting shoes recently.

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What do I do if I have a bubble on my toe filled with liquid?

Wash the bubble,: With a sterile needle carefully pierce the roof and let the liquid ooze out. Cover with bandaid, monitor.

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Bubble filled with clear liquid on toe, how should I treat this?

Let it pop.: It sounds like you might have a blister. I would recommend letting it pop on its own. Once it does, just treat the area with alcohol or betadine. I do not recommend popping this on your own.

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I have a liquid (clear liquid) filled bubble on the bottom of one of my toes should I pop it? Any suggestions how to get rid of it?

Blister?: If you have a blister on the toe, leave it alone and try not to rupture it. Once ruptured, it can become infected. If it ruptures, keep it clean, dry and you may want to cover with a band-aid and antibiotic ointment. Wear dry cotton socks over this and wash and change often. If redness, streaking up the foot, pain, fever or such, then be seen by a health care professional.

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Can lotrimin (clotrimazole) treat big pus bubbles on toes?

Can lotrimin (clotrimazole) treat big pus bubbles on toes?

No: If a person has pus in bubbles on their toes, then they probably have an infection that needs a proper evaluation to determine the right treatment. Infections of the skin are more often bacterial and lotrimin (clotrimazole) would not treat that.

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I have bubble like blisters that keep flaring up in my toes could this be an infection of some kind?

I have bubble like blisters that keep flaring up in my toes could this be an infection of some kind?

Could be: A form of athletes foot, could be an autoimmune reaction, an allergic action, could be herpes zoster or shingles, could be chicken pox....many possibilities, need to narrow down....

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Was reaching on tippy toes heard a crack come from Achilles what could this be? I have a calcaneal spur. I thought it was bubble wrap that's sound.

Was reaching on tippy toes heard a crack come from Achilles what could this be? I have a calcaneal spur. I thought it was bubble wrap that's sound.

Was it loud?: If you heard what sounded like a big pop or gun shot then it could be an achilles rupture. Is there swelling there? I would see your local sports med doc and have them ultrasound the area or MRI it to take a look at it. If fully rupture this could require surgery. If not ruptured but strained then you may be able to do pt and immobiliization.

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Big toe is swollen on one side, hurts to press on it. Havnt clipped toenail in awhile. Put pro oxide on it nothing bubbled. What do I do?

Big toe is swollen on one side, hurts to press on it. Havnt clipped toenail in awhile. Put pro oxide on it nothing bubbled. What do I do?

Infected ingrown: Infected ingrown toe nails cause swelling and tenderness. Bacteria grow between the skin and the nail. Ingrown toe nails irritate and pierce the surrounding skin. This in itself can make it swell. The resulting infection usually needs to be drained by a dr. One thing that does help is soaking the foot in a basin of lukewarm water with 2 tablespoons of epsom salt.

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I am having bubble in my left leg big toe, its in red color, its not paining, its there for more than a month, could you please let me know is this harm?

I am having bubble in my left leg big toe, its in red color, its not paining, its there for more than a month, could you please let me know is this harm?

I recommend: You see a podiatrist or dermatologist. Without seeing this could be anything from an ingrown toenail to a ganglion.....A picture would help....

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I was playing basketball yesterday with no shoes on for 3 hours and I have bubbles on my big to the bubbles are filled with liquid and I don't know what it is or what to do *toe

I was playing basketball yesterday with no shoes on for 3 hours and I have bubbles on my big to the bubbles are filled with liquid and I don't know what it is or what to do *toe

Blisters: You have created blisters. It is best if you can leave them intact and alow them to heal from the inside out. But if you open them, let the fluid drain out, clean with soap and warm water and then apply an antiseptic and bandaids.

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I have bubbles on my toe with puss and the skin on my foot is peaking around this area? What is it and how do I get rid of it?

I have bubbles on my toe with puss and the skin on my foot is peaking around this area? What is it and how do I get rid of it?

Varies: You are describing an infectious process. It is hard to say by what you said how severe it is or what caused it, it may have been a bite. Safest thing would be to be seen and have doctor look at it. If it seems real mild, you could try applying an antibiotic ointment and if it does not get better with 24 hours or worsens at any point be seen.

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I have a pea size blood filled bubble on my toe between the nail and skin on the outside of my left big toe its not under the nail what could it be?

I have a pea size blood filled bubble on my toe between the nail and skin on the outside of my left big toe its not under the nail what could it be?

"Blood blister": It sounds like a benign problem likely from some trauma to that part of the foot. Your description sounds like a fluid filled vesicle (blister) with the fluid being blood. Rubbing against a new or ill-fitting shoe, or duirect injury are common causes. Usually just leaving it alone is the best treatment as the body will take care of such things. Popping it increases risk of infection.

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