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Clear smelly fluid coming from toenail, felling like a blister. It doesn't hurt or pain. What could be this?

Hi, I need help about my toenail.. Basically, there was a clear smelly fluid which came from my toenail just a few min ago. My toenail didnt hurt, no bruisng as well. I only realized it when my toenails were sticking to each other a bit (which was due to that sticky smelly fluid ) although i have a feeling it probably might be a blister under my toenail but i really am not sure. please help me :(
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Hi as the toenails are nearer to each other there is a chance of blister formation when shoes are worn for longer time or when we walk without footwear for long can be cured by antibiotic twice daily .anti inflammatory agent twice daily and application of t bact ointment can cure it
Answered: Thu, 31 Oct 2013
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