Blister on baby's foot after a surgery for removal of extra toe
My child had foot surgery on 4/20/11 to remove an extra toe. Since then, a large blister has developed on the top of his foot. What do I do? He s 10 months old and had the same surgery on the other foot with no adverse reaction.
Dear ,as per the symptoms this seems to be local reaction to something.It could be solution used for cleaning.Please do not puncture the blister and get in touch with the operating surgeon.He will if needed puncture and blister and do dressing with antibiotics.So please talk to your doctor.bye.wishing your child a speedy recovery.
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