Blisters - Check Your Symptoms
Call a doctor if:
- You have signs of infection. These
may include increased pain, swelling,
redness, or warmth; red streaks leading
from the blister; pus; and fever.
- You get blisters often and do not
- You have a band of painful blisters
on one side of your body or face.
- You have diabetes or peripheral artery
disease, and you get blisters on your
hands, feet, or legs.
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
June 04, 2014
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