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I get tiny blisters under my foot which dry up after two weeks only to appear again at different places under the same foot. What could this be?
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Dr. Robert Lim
Podiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Athletes's foot
Athletes's foot is a fungus that can appear in many different forms on the foot from dry scaly itchy skin to small blisters or rashy appearance.
A good otc treatment is Lamisil (terbinafine) cream, and epsom salt soaks for 5-10 min. You can also see a podiatrist to get an rx.

In brief: Athletes's foot
Athletes's foot is a fungus that can appear in many different forms on the foot from dry scaly itchy skin to small blisters or rashy appearance.
A good otc treatment is Lamisil (terbinafine) cream, and epsom salt soaks for 5-10 min. You can also see a podiatrist to get an rx.
Dr. Robert Lim
Dr. Robert Lim
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Dr. Brynn Ewen
Podiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: Athlete's foot
Blisters are usually a result of friction from shoes but in this case it may be skin fungus.
Athlete's foot can present with tiny blisters. If you dont think it'a from shoes or activity then perhaps try an otc antifungal cream like terbinafine 1% twice a day for 4-6 weeks.

In brief: Athlete's foot
Blisters are usually a result of friction from shoes but in this case it may be skin fungus.
Athlete's foot can present with tiny blisters. If you dont think it'a from shoes or activity then perhaps try an otc antifungal cream like terbinafine 1% twice a day for 4-6 weeks.
Dr. Brynn Ewen
Dr. Brynn Ewen
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