Child has water-filled blister on leg, painful. Help - Online Doctor Chats
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My 2.5 year daughter has watery blister
I think it came up due to her cuticle
I would like to send you the pic
it is on her thumb in the leg
can you tell me your mail id where I can send it
you can send it at YYYY@YYYY
Address it to me.
sure I am sending
Did you send it?
I have sent it to you
it happened yesterday and the pic is of today just few minutes back
I will inform customer care.
yesterday it was very small but today it has grown
In the meanwhile we can discuss your kid's condition.
Does it hurt?
she is fine
sometimes she complaints that it hurts
How long has it been there?
yesterday it was very small
Did any discharge come out of it?
but today morning it became a bit bigger
no there is no discharge
did you get a chance to look at the pic
Does it look watery?
yes it looks watery
Any possibility that it may be filled with pus.
I got the pictures.
it looks watery only and does not look like pus because the color is not like that of a pus
I just saw the picture
It has a greenish colour.
It is usually bacterial but it may be fungal as well.
not greenish actually
but ya we can say little bit green
The fluid if taken out will result in resolution.
why does it happen
and what is the treatment
and medicine that I can give her
You will need to go to a doctor so that he can safely incise it.
He may give a course of antibiotics.
It will resolve
But it may develop again.
We checked with a doctor yesterday when it was small
and he suggested Antibiotic
which we are giving
so shall we wait for it to break or incise it
If the lesion is getting better we can observe
Mostly it needs to be incised.
today mostly we wont find the doctor
shall we wait till tomorrow
You can wait and see.
Give her clean drinking and bathing water.
It will help her raise her immunity.
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no doctor I dont have any other question
thanks a lot for your suggestion
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