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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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    What causes blisters on the foot?

Hello. My husband is having a problem with his foot. Over the past 2 months the bottom of his foot has started to get blisters near his last 3 toes and when you pull the toe back the skin is cracked all the way across and the blisters form right under that area more on the ball of the foot closer to the last 3 toes. When you pop the blister the liquid is pale yellow not clear. I have put every kind of athletes foot medicine that they make on it and it just gets worse. The foot always seems to be like leaking cuz it s always moist. It s only on his right foot. I have just tried bacitracin to see if that helps. But it is hurting him and I want to know if there is something else I could try. Thank you very much for any help you can provide.
Sat, 10 Sep 2016
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I really appreciate your concern, it could be allergic condition most of the time it may be due to some medicine if ever going on there, the condition need to be taken for secondary infection, till then it can be managed with Calamine lotion but such condition needs proper investigation for right diagnosis, because it may be due to some systemic disease too hope this information helps.
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