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If the blood blister isn't too painful, try to keep it intact, says Mayo Clinic. Cover the blister with a bandage, and seek medical attention if it is painful or if it prevents you from walking or using your hands. More »

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To treat a blood blister, WebMD recommends giving it time to heal, avoiding putting weight on the blister and wearing a moleskin doughnut-shaped pad to protect it. A loose bandage can also be worn over the blister to pro... More »

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Most blood blisters on the foot heal on their own and can be treated with only a loose bandage, according to WebMD. Blisters on the bottom of the foot should be protected with a round bandage that is open in the middle o... More »

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To treat a blood blister, WebMD recommends giving it time to heal, avoiding putting weight on the blister and wearing a moleskin doughnut-shaped pad to protect it. A loose bandage can also be worn over the blister to pro... More »

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The National Health Service of the U.K. states that it is never a good idea to pop a blood blister. By doing so, you invite the risk of infection and compromise the body's natural healing process. More »

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WebMD states that there are home remedies that can be used for the treatment of sunburn blisters. Items found in the home, grocery or drug store can aid in healing the sunburn. Soothing creams and over-the-counter medici... More »

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Epidermolysis bullosa simplex is incurable, and treatment involves managing the blisters and wounds caused by the condition and preventing infection, reports the Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center. Sometimes su... More »

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