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Isolated tiny red spots on foot. Why are they spreading?

4 weeks ago I noticed some isolated tiny red spots on the sole of my right foot . These have now spread into blotches with small pustules or blisters. They are mainly on the arch of my foot, do not cause pain but are unslightly and sometimes uncomfortable depending on the shoes I wear. The other foot is unaffected. Any ideas?
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hello im dr satya.
welcome to health care magic,
painless red blotchy lesions with a small pustule over the mid sole or arch of foot, the first thing that enters one mind is probable drug reaction or an id reaction to some minor infection.
take a list of recent medications that you have had, show them to your nearest dermatologist, and also make a clean survey of your inner sides of body.
nothing much to worry but for a few precautions.
thank you take care
dr satya
Answered: Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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