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unexplained blisters

Asked by starsgirl_20 (Female; 41; Yes; high blood pressure runs in family... cancer runs on both sides of family... mother diagnosed with RA;
Relevant drugs:i am not on any medications )
on Sun 06, Sep 2009 04:23pm :

In the past year, I have had 2 pea size blister-like bumps come up on my leg, one on each leg in different spots. They are filled with a clear liquid that burns when they burst. They both just showed up overnight within 2 months of each other. They burst on their own and then take about 3 weeks to heal up. I am not diabetic nor have any medical problems except being overweight. My blood pressure is fine.. my cholesterol levels is at 123. I do work about 12 - 14 hours a day on a concrete/tile floor 5 days a week. Any ideas to what this might be?
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Answer by Dr Vinod, MBBS,FcGP  (doctor) on Sun 06, Sep 2009 04:38pm:

Dear starsgirl_20, the most common reason for the blisters are due to allergy or stress related. Try antihistamine the next time and if it repeats frequently a Dermatologist visit is worthwhile. You are suggested to wear proper foot wear and protection while working on hard concrete floor. Exercise healthy, eat balanced diet and try to come to your normal BMI. Take care!

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