Heat blisters toes

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There are several causes of blisters. 'Blisters are usually caused by injury to the skin from heat or from friction, which create a tear between the epidermis—the upper layer of the skin—and the layers beneath. Short periods of intense rubbing can cause a blister, but any rubbing of the skin at all can cause a blister if it is continued for long enough. Blisters form more easily on moist skin than on dry or soaked skin, and are more common in warm conditions.
Hi, There are several causes of blisters. 'Blisters are usually caused by injury to the skin from heat or from friction, which create a tear between the epidermis—the upper layer of the skin—and the layers beneath. Short periods of intense rubbing can cause a blister, but any rubbing of the skin at all can cause a blister if it is continued for long enough. Blisters form more easily on moist skin than on dry or soaked skin, and are more common in warm conditions.
My mother-in-law has just informed me that she has a very large blood blister which has come up on one of her toes. She does not remember any trauma which may have been incurred and says it has been developing for about 4 days. She is 88 years old so she may not remember. However, I do not know how to tell her to treat this. (She is in another city) Should she apply heat, soak in something ... ?? I am reluctant to tell her to drain it for fear of infection. Her circulationin very poor.
My wife has had both big toes swell up and blister without heat or other trauma happening to them. The first blistered in late Oct 2003 and the other in late Feb 2004. These blisters are big and blister the toe back to foot joint. The Dr.'s have treated them as blister and gave antibiotics and covered them with silver sulfadiazine cream. They eventually heal but they are very painful and makes walking difficult. She doesn't wear tight shoes or footwear that normally agitates the feet.
As days went on, a rash started to appear with blisters on a few of my toes. This rash gets so hot and itches so bad it keeps me up most of the night. My entire foot gets hotter and I have to wash my legs to keep it cool. But after few days again it starts to appear in to toes. My mother said the body heat is very high & that’s why you get these rashes. Please help me on this.
Two years ago, I had these things between my toes, and was given athletes foot medication. Could these be athletes foot? They are filled with clear puss, that is sometimes mixed with small amounts of blood, and yellowy, orange puss. They don't seem like they are going away either, only getting larger. I have popped one of them, but the puss that came out, and got into my skin has started a new one!! What can I do to get rid of these things? Please help me!
There are many different causes of foot blisters such as heat, moisture and friction; inappropriate shoes or socks; fungal infections of the skin; allergic reactions or burns or excessive foot perspiration. Have this evaluated further by your doctor for proper management. Direct clinical examination is important. Take care and keep us posted.
I have blisters on several of my toes (on both feet) and it's not from athlete's foot or poor shoes. The blisters are extremely itchy/sore and are the size of a pea. I have one on each of the first 3 toes starting with my big toe. They are mostly on top of my toe between the last knuckle and my toenail, but one is on the side/tip of one toe. They are not true blisters in that there is no fluid sack. It is simply a very swollen and red hive. It seems like really firm and inflamed tissue.
No question, however, the blisters formed on the feet and between the toes describe exactly what I had been experiencing for years. I quit eating wheat. The blisters went away! As soon as I eat any wheat products, I get the blisters within 4-8 hours. No creams or medicines have ever alleviated these blisters, just wheat abstinence. This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/239688'>Very small recurring blisters on one foot only.</a>.
i wore sneakers the day before and i have blisters all over my ankles and my toes. so it doesnt really matter what part of my foot i guess.
I have a friend that was in Iraq also that came home little bumps that turn in to blisters on his feet and toes. when they pop the seem to hurt the most and spread his has now gotten them on hes hands from dealing with the ones on his feet. They are contaugse he has given it to his daughter. He didnt get them until he had walkede thru the water in Iraq. Hes been to the va and his own doctor and noone knows what they are.
It starts up as tiny blisters on the left foot and of late I have been getting these huge blisters under my toes. The blisters are painless and I always burst them then clean them up with some antiseptic. It's worrying though because they keep on recurring.
over the past couple of days i have been getting these blisters, that when they are popped this clear liquid comes out. These blisters are on the palm of my hand. They are very small and in a group. some are single and others are packed together. there only on my hands not on any other part of my body. If anyone knows of has experience this before plz a comment it would be greatly appriciated.
They eventually turn into small blisters that ultimately grow to fairly sizable blisters. I seem to only ever get them on the arch of my right foot and under my toes on my left foot. I don't know if they are from exposure to sun (although I generally hang out in the shade), some form of heat rash, reaction to sand (from walking on the beach) or an allegeric reaction to sun screen (although why only my feet).
Hi, There are several causes of blisters. 'Blisters are usually caused by injury to the skin from heat or from friction, which create a tear between the epidermis—the upper layer of the skin—and the layers beneath. Short periods of intense rubbing can cause a blister, but any rubbing of the skin at all can cause a blister if it is continued for long enough. Blisters form more easily on moist skin than on dry or soaked skin, and are more common in warm conditions.
Shamefully, for almost 8 years I have been getting very small itchy blisters on various spots on my arms and legs. The small blisters develop and immediately itch intensely, which is how I know they're there. They have a clear fluid inside, with no puss. When I scratch them in my sleep or when they break, they often weep a little amber colored liquid. Also, when I scratch them, more tiny blisters will develop around the original blister, signifying an infection.
Hello, I cannot confirm anything without examination but it can be friction blisters, heat rash or fibromas. Place protective covering or bandages over the sore to decrease friction on the skin until the sore heals. Rub sandpaper disks or pumice stone over hard thickened regions. Soak feet or hands in warm soapy water to soften calluses. Then rub with a pumice stone and apply some moisturizer. Make your son wear shoes that fit properly and keep feet as dry as possible.
The first stage is acute and presents as itchy blisters on the hands, fingers and toes. Then the chronic stage shows more peeling, cracking, or crusting. Then the skin heals up, or the blistering may start again. The exact cause is not known and excessive sweating can be one of the reasons. I suggest you to get it examined from a dermatologist or pediatrician. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
I ignored it for awhile because it was only a little sore but recently got another one(quite a bit smaller) directly on the pad below my pinky toe, then about 5 days ago noticed 3 small bumps in a row on my left foot above the pad below my 3 middle toes. The first bump mentioned has become extremely painful when I walk barefooted on hard surfaces and when I barely step on something directly on it. The other bumps aren't as painful but do pack some pain.
My boyfriend has a large (palm size) rash on top of his foot ( has a very shingle-like rash in appearance). The only reason I say this is because he just recovered from shingles recently. The rash doesn't look like "heat rash"...because of the pink background and rash isn't evenly distributed. It is also not at the bottom of his feet or in between his toes. it also has a white/clearish looking tiny blisters all over.
There are also 'knots' that have a purplish hue after they've been there awhile, that feel like they're growing from the bone. I have these 'knots' on my heel and my toes. The rash is on my toes, heels, sides and bottoms of my feet. I have used steroid cream (betamethasone) cream that doesn't work. Neither do anti-fungals. Heat makes it worse and tends to make it 'come out'. If I scratch, it burns. My wife hasn't caught it, so I'm thinking it's not contagious.
Also they have scabbed up, it's not like they are open sores.
The first stage of pompholyx is acute and presents as itchy blisters on the hands, fingers and toes. Then the chronic stage shows more peeling, cracking, or crusting. Then the skin heals up, or the blistering may start again. In exfoliative keratolysis, the first sign is one or more superficial air-filled blisters on the fingers or palms. The blisters burst to leave tender, circular areas. The symptoms are aggravated by exposure to irritants including water, soap, detergents and solvents.
Hi, There are several causes of blisters. 'Blisters are usually caused by injury to the skin from heat or from friction, which create a tear between the epidermis—the upper layer of the skin—and the layers beneath. Short periods of intense rubbing can cause a blister, but any rubbing of the skin at all can cause a blister if it is continued for long enough. Blisters form more easily on moist skin than on dry or soaked skin, and are more common in warm conditions.
Small/medium blisters on sides of fingers, palms , feet ...soles and toes. I'm using clobetazol ointment and ammonium lactate cream. It's caused by stress, cleaning agents, perfume/strong smelling soap or cleansers. Stress will invariably bring on a breakout, and continued stress can cause another breakout when the first is still in the "drying up and peeling skin stage"...Stress is your biggest enemy in this game...
Thankyou so much for your question. There are no blisters, or flaky skin, no dryness and the rash looks like heatrash across my toes but on my hands the whole palm is red like scalding, but only when itchy. If i submerge my hands in cold water, dry them and hold them out infront of me for 10 minutes then the burning and itching subsides but leaves my skin feeling tight for a while. This does not happen everyday, in fact it didnt happen at all yesterday, and is worse of an evening.
Like Tommy (the original question I found, same situation, they are too small to be mosquito bites, and I don't lay in the grass to get chiggers. One of the doctors said something about it being a heat rash and using benadryl cream for the itch. How can heat rash be prevented? Does suntan lotion help? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/243359'>tiny little red itchy bumps</a>.
My boyfriend has a large (palm size) rash on top of his foot ( has a very shingle-like rash in appearance). The only reason I say this is because he just recovered from shingles recently. The rash doesn't look like "heat rash"...because of the pink background and rash isn't evenly distributed. It is also not at the bottom of his feet or in between his toes. it also has a white/clearish looking tiny blisters all over.
I have a rash which started on my ankle, due to swelling and heat about a month ago. It was clearing up and then came back, now due to itching it has spread to the top of my feet and toes, and more recently to my hands between my fingers. If not scratched it is hard to identify on my hands and feet, but once scratched it turns into small blisters and any scracthing can peel the skin away. The original ankle rash is still red due to the peeling of the skin.
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