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Eczema: Who is Susceptible?
...If you have this condition you will notice itchy fluid-filled blisters on your feet...

How to Take Care of Diabetic Feet
...Check for cuts, blisters, redness and swelling Deal with nail problems immediately Wear clean, dry socks and change them daily Don’t smoke since it restricts blood flow in your feet Get periodic foot exams Visit your podiatrists regularly so you can help prevent diabetic foot complication Wash your feet in lukewarm water, not hot water Keep your feet clean by washing them daily Moisturize your feet to prevent dry skin from itching or cracking Avoid tight elastic bands that reduce blood circulation If your feet get cold at night, wear socks Don't use a heating pad or hot water bottle Shake out your shoes and feel the inside before wearing to ensure no pebbles, or small rocks with sharp edges cut your skin and infect your feet Take care of your diabetes and keep your blood sugar levels under control Cut nails straight across and file the edges and avoid cutting nails too short Never treat corns or calluses yourself, so visit your doctor Diabetes can cause serious issues...

What You Need to Know about Diabetic Foot Care
...Remember to: Always wear supportive shoes and avoid going barefoot to avoid injuring your feet Do ankle and foot exercises and stretches to boost circulation in your feet and toes Wash and dry your feet daily and apply lotion to keep your skin from drying out Examine your feet every day for cuts, blisters, or other injuries Apply a healing gel or cream and bandages on any cuts or injuries You should also visit your podiatrist regularly for a professional examination of your feet...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Because of poor circulation and neuropathy in the feet, cuts or blisters can easily turn into ulcers that become infected and won’t heal...

Ankle Fractures
... Symptoms An ankle fracture is accompanied by one or all of these symptoms: Pain at the site of the fracture, which in some cases can extend from the foot to the knee Significant swelling, which may occur along the length of the leg or may be more localized Blisters may occur over the fracture site...

Athlete's Foot
...In advanced cases, inflammation, cracks, and blisters may form; an infection caused by bacteria can also result...

Contact Dermatitis
...Symptoms, including redness, itchiness, and small blisters, usually occur within 24 hours of exposure to the irritant...

Dermatitis
...Symptoms, including redness, itchiness, and small blisters, usually occur within 24 hours of exposure to the irritant...

Diabetic Complications and Amputation Prevention
...Because of poor circulation and neuropathy in the feet, cuts or blisters can easily turn into ulcers that become infected and won’t heal...

Diabetic Foot Care Guidelines
...Check for cuts, blisters, redness, swelling, or nail problems...

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
...If you notice any cuts, redness, blisters, or swelling, see your foot and ankle surgeon right away...

Eczema of the Foot
...Small blisters may sometimes form...

Fracture-Ankle
... Symptoms An ankle fracture is accompanied by one or all of these symptoms: Pain at the site of the fracture, which in some cases can extend from the foot to the knee Significant swelling, which may occur along the length of the leg or may be more localized Blisters may occur over the fracture site...

Frostbite
...To avoid infection, blisters or damaged skin should be treated with antibiotic cream and loose bandages, and medical attention should be sought as soon as possible...

Osteoarthritis of the Foot and Ankle
...Shoe pressure may cause pain at the site of a bone spur, and in some cases blisters or calluses may form over its surface...

P.A.D. (Peripheral Arterial Disease)
...do not have normal blood flow—and because blood is necessary for healing—seemingly small problems such as cuts, blisters, or sores can result in serious complications...

Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.)
...do not have normal blood flow—and because blood is necessary for healing—seemingly small problems such as cuts, blisters, or sores can result in serious complications...

Peripheral Neuropathy: Diabetic
...If you notice any cuts, redness, blisters, or swelling, see your foot and ankle surgeon right away...

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