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Foot Blisters and Children

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 00:00

Blisters are certain areas of the skin that can be covered by a bubble-like substance, filled with some kind of bodily fluid. Blisters can often cause an individual a considerable amount of discomfort. Blisters are also generally unsightly. It is important to note that children can develop blisters on their feet for many different reasons. Notably, blisters can result from hand, foot, and mouth disease. As a result of this disease, children typically develop spots on their feet and hands. These spots can then lead to blisters. Parents should be aware of the fact that the fluid in the blisters, if spread, can also transmit the disease. Therefore, if your child has hand, foot, and mouth disease, you should be especially mindful of any blisters that may develop. Contact a podiatrist today if you have concerns about this disease.

Blisters are prone to making everyday activities extremely uncomfortable. If your feet are hurting, contact Dr. Steven Schwartz of Pennsylvania. Our doctor can provide the care you need to keep you pain-free and on your feet.

Foot Blisters

Foot blisters develop as a result of constantly wearing tight or ill-fitting footwear. This happens due to the constant rubbing from the shoe, which can often lead to pain.

What Are Foot Blisters?

A foot blister is a small fluid-filled pocket that forms on the upper-most layer of the skin. Blisters are filled with clear fluid and can lead to blood drainage or pus if the area becomes infected.

How Do Blisters Form?

Blisters on the feet are often the result of constant friction of skin and material, usually by shoe rubbing. Walking in sandals, boots, or shoes that don’t fit properly for long periods of time can result in a blister. Having consistent foot moisture and humidity can easily lead to blister formation.

Prevention & Treatment

It is important to properly care for the affected area in order to prevent infection and ease the pain. Do not lance the blister and use a Band-Aid to provide pain relief. Also, be sure to keep your feet dry and wear proper fitting shoes. If you see blood or pus in a blister, seek assistance from a podiatrist.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our offices located in Chambersburg, and Mcconnellsburg, PA . We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot care needs.

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