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Red, painful blister on toe. Applied antibacterial gel. Can you help?

Hi I am getting married in just over one week. 3 weeks ago I had what I believed to be my first dose of athletes foot as my tip two left toes were red and very itchy. I bought some athletes foot stuff from the pharmacy but it didnt help. I have been to the doctors twice and each time they say it is athletes foot but have been apparently given a strong dose if cream each time. It has definitely helped in the last week however now the real problem is that I have a very painful red and almost hard blister kind of sore in my 3rs toe and it is inbetween as well as in top. I have been googling for help all night and in the end put some anti bacterial hand gel on it as many people suggested it works-I really hope so but I am somewhat panicking! Can u help?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Hye! You are having either candidal intertrigo or tinea pedis, with bacterial infection. Take antifungal, antibiotics ,antihitaminic , anti inflammatory till cure of disease. Do not use soap during bath. Use dettol liquid. Take healthy food, do meditation, exercise.. To increase immunity, for fast recovery and prevention of recurrence. Ok ..Still you consult nearby dermatologist for firm diagnosis and treatment.
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