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Clear fluid filled blisters on anus. Why are they reddening? Treatment?

I have clear fluid filled blisters on the. Left side aprox 2 inches from my anus they havebust and now are just reddned skin that s very sore and causing problems when I urinate. (Burns) I have a history of diabeties and wonder if high blood sugars could contribute to this . Any treatment suggestions? Or idea what they are?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Diabetics always run a very high risk of infections due to uncontrolled blood sugar which helps the microorganisms to grow faster and defective immune system to fight the infection.
The clear fluid filled blister may be due to and heat or pressure effect to that area due to friction.
But now it has become red and tender. This is a sign of inflammation and infection.
You should have your blood sugar under control.
Go for I.V antibiotic and good wound care.
Answered: Sun, 5 May 2013
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