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Tiny blisters

What is Tiny blisters?

Blisters are water filled skin areas, mostly superficial on skin. They are caused by the irritation(ill fitting footwear), inflammation or disease process. Also known as vesicles.

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i have frequent minor sore throats, i wake up feeling like a lump in my throat. lump goes away quickly and leaves a sore throat. nosebleeds that are followed by headaches. seems sinus related i'm always tired, always. and i have itchy skin here and there. it seems like tiny white blisters under my skin. mostly sticks to hands and feet. armpits too. i don't know how to fix anything. oh, and if i sratch the tiny blisters i get really dry patches whereever scratched. so dry and hard that the skin cracks severely.
hellooo...read through your query...reading through symptoms u told it must be a viral infection.but be cool...no need to panic...for throat sores u have to do warm salt water gargle twice daily...but i will suggest u should have an appointment with the dermatologist regarding this as it is...
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a spider bit my big toe months ago and it itches like crazy. After the bite a blister formed and I drained it and doctored it for a while. The skin around where I was bitten it wrinkly and flaking and now it appears the fluid or whatever is left inside has formed a few tiny blister things that itch! What can I do? I'm 35 and 180 lbs. otherwise healthy
Thank you for asking!
It has been months since the bite so poison is completely out of the symptoms. what is left of is the dermatological response and reactions. topical care and consult to a dermatologist will help. no worries.
take care
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