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Blisters are caused by several things:Friction: Blisters can develop when a surface rubs against exposed skin, such as a tool handle against the hand...
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I have a condition called dyshidrotic eczema, and your symptoms sound very similar. Although mine mainly appear on my hands, the red spots and...
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Obviously, without the ability to see these "blisters" first-hand, I cannot offer you a patient-specific answer, but many people who see...
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It is not likely that your grand-daughter has shingles on BOTH of her hands. Shingles follows a nerve pathway and occurs just on one side of the body...
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I'm sorry you're going through this and hope you have sought medical treatment.Unfortunately, it's impossible to diagnose a condition...
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Most blisters are due to irritation or other damage to the skin from an external source, such as a shoe, although some can result from an internal...
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As you know, I have no way of examining these mysterious red blisters over the Internet, so I am at a disadvantage.  Hand, Foot, and Mouth...
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Blisters? Yes. Those blisters form in clusters. Seeds? No, but of course, I have no way of seeing these "seeds" first-hand, so I don't...
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Without the ability to see those "blisters" first-hand, it would not be possible to offer any time of definitive answer as to what they...
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Hi Found you this, do you think its this?One particular virus (called Coxsackie), seen most often during the summer and fall, may cause the child to...
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i my daughter who is now 6 had what sounds to be the same thing your daughter is going through. took 4 different doctors to find out what it was...
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Blistering means that your burn goes deeper than the top surface of your skin. This makes it a second degree (or "partial-thickness") burn.A third...
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As much as I would like to help you with your diagnostic dilemma, it is not possible to blindly determine the nature of yoru hand lump/blisters based...
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A burn that blisters is considered to be a 2nd degree burn. It has damaged the lower layers of skin. Your child should be medically assessed within...