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    Blisters Directory

    Blisters are bumps on the skin filled with fluid. They can be caused by friction, burns, irritation, infection, or certain health conditions. Most blisters go away on their own. You shouldn't pop a blister unless your doctor instructs you to. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how blisters are caused, signs of a blister, and treatments for blisters.

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