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post #1 of 5 Old 06-25-2012, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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Blistery bumps on feet?

So recently I've been dealing with treating an eczima patch on the inside of my thigh. Luckily it's starting to go away, but now I seem to have accumulated an assortment of blistery bumps on my feet. Yesterday evening I noticed them and they were super itchy. But today I looked at them after I got out of the shower coming home from the barn. I noticed a raised bump in a small 'V' shape. Now I'm slowly noticing more bumps that are spreading onto my toes and they don't itch, but now have a burning sensation.

I know I should probably go to the doctor and what not. But does this sound like eczima is spreading or could it be something like a mild athlete's foot? I'm just hoping it didn't come from me wearing my boots (in the last 2 weeks I've only worn them twice since last summer so they've been sitting in my garage). Has anyone had something like this before?

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post #2 of 5 Old 06-25-2012, 11:07 PM
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That doesn't sound anything like athletes foot to me. I would get that checked out asap, if I were you!

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I definitely am! I just hope it has to do with sunburn or something, even though they were only slightly burnt over the course of the last week! Lol I hate health mysteries!

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post #4 of 5 Old 06-25-2012, 11:42 PM
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Have you ever been checked for allergies? I know a guy who is allergic to his own sweat and his reactions are a lot like this--- But thats a guess, Recommend a doc. if it gets worse.

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I used to get really bad allergies, but usually when we have a normal winter (as in not snowing as early as October and reaching warm points in the middle of January) I don't get allergies. This past winter was horrible, as stated above so as a result I have allergies now. It could be honestly that I didn't take anything for the allergies the last 2 or 3 days. But I am definitely going to have it checked out.

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