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How do I get the blisters from dyshidrotic eczema to go away?

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These blisters will come and go over time because there is no cure. That said, you can manage them with medicine, moisturizers, and good hygiene. They might start to taper off once you get into middle age. If you have a mild case, it could eventually go away on its own.

SOURCES:

American Academy of Dermatology: "Dyshidrotic eczema."  

National Eczema Association: "Favorite earrings got you feeling irritated?"

Mayo Clinic: "Dyshidrosis: Symptoms and Causes," "Dyshidrosis: Treatment."

Medscape: "Dyshidrotic Eczema."

Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava on July 28, 2020

SOURCES:

American Academy of Dermatology: "Dyshidrotic eczema."  

National Eczema Association: "Favorite earrings got you feeling irritated?"

Mayo Clinic: "Dyshidrosis: Symptoms and Causes," "Dyshidrosis: Treatment."

Medscape: "Dyshidrotic Eczema."

Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava on July 28, 2020

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