How To Treat A Blood Blister On The Feet?
Seems to be drug reaction,
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I have gone through your complaints and understand your concern.
Large blood blisters usually seem to be caused by the medicines.
It can occur as a reaction to any drug.
They usually resolve over 8-10 days.
But if they recur there are chances of it being an immunobullous disease like bullous pemphigoid and then a work up will be required.
Is there any history of diabetes or neuropathy in your sister as sometimes they are associated with blisters on the feet.
Blisters related to diabetes and neuropathy, kidney seems to be failing
According to your complaints blisters could be related to diabetes and neuropathy.
You can get them drained and start with antibiotic cream on the affected areas.
As far as her kidneys are concerned she seems to be having kidney failure.