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Is it normal for an oil burn to turn redish with a blister size of a dime and 2mm raised off skin?

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Dr. Stuart Rosan
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In brief: Probable 2 degree

You might have a second degree burn, which can cause localized swelling, discoloration, warmth and pain.
A blister is very common in this type of burn. Do not puncture it, since it is sterile inside the blister. Also recommend, ice to area initially, and put antibiotic ointment on area, + clean daily Will need Tetanus shot if last one over 10 years. If no better 1-2 days, see doctor.

In brief: Probable 2 degree

You might have a second degree burn, which can cause localized swelling, discoloration, warmth and pain.
A blister is very common in this type of burn. Do not puncture it, since it is sterile inside the blister. Also recommend, ice to area initially, and put antibiotic ointment on area, + clean daily Will need Tetanus shot if last one over 10 years. If no better 1-2 days, see doctor.
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