So you have Blisters! What are Blisters in the first place?

Raised pockets of fluid on your feet are known as blisters.

This painful condition can be caused by walking or standing for long periods of time, wearing ill-fitting shoes, or having sweaty feet.

Generally, blisters aren’t a serious condition and can be treated at home.

Try to let the blister heal naturally and give yourself relief by applying a bandage over it for comfort.

Only drain the blister yourself when necessary and do it with the proper sterile equipment. If you choose to drain a blister, make sure to keep it covered with a bandage and antibiotic ointment as it heals.

Discuss persistent blisters or blisters accompanied by flu-like symptoms with your doctor. 

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