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Itchy blisters on toes, pain on popping, forming a head, spreading condition. Treatment options?

Hi I have had itching blister on my toes for weeks now,,some are large some are only pinhead size..if they burst they are very painful and if they itch the itch radiates right over my feet ..they are also starting to appear on other parts of my body like hives but the itch can be unbearable you just have to itch even the tips of my toes are itchy..the ones on my body after being scratched form a tiny indented lid
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Thanks for writing in.
the condition you are suffering from can be pompholyx or vesicular eczema.
You can apply hydrocortisone 1% cream along with antibiotic cream like soframycin twice daily.
Also you can take tab.Zyrtec twice daily to reduce itching.
A visit to dermatologist will confirm the diagnosis and allow prescription medicines to be given.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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