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Recurring water blisters on chin. History of yeast infections. Candida symptoms?

Hi, I have this recurring water blister that forms every so often on the right side of my chin . It obviously doesnt come from rubbing anything since nothing gets rubbed against me face, but I was wondering if it might have something to do with Candida? I also have recurring yeast infections and the two seem to occur at the same time. Thanks!
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query,

Recurrent blisters are seldom associated with candida.

You might be suffering from herpes,

Usually herpes is recurrent and presents with blisters,

Get a Tzank smear from the blister done.

It will help in diagnosis.

Let me know if you have any other doubt.

you can ask a direct question to me on this forum, following the below link.

Wishing you a good health.
Thank you
Answered: Fri, 16 Aug 2013
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