I'm 17 and I seem to have a cluster of blisters right under my nose, but above my lips. These blisters have a little bit of a fluid in them and they don't really hurt that much. I happen to get these whenever I have a runny nose and blow it allot so maybe it is just an irritated spot from all the Kleenex's? Thanks in advance for your help!
This could be due to acne/pimples/ or frictuonal trauma - boils or some bacterial infection/ fungal infection etc.
Nothing can be said with surety without having a look at the lesions.
You should try to blow your nose and use water as much as possible for cleaning instead of the kleenex; apply some moisturising cream and calamine lotion at the site and use a medicated sunscreen when you go out.
It would be best to consult your doctor about your symptoms if they do not resolve and get a proper clinical examination.
You could take oral antihistamine or antiallergic medications for the itching.
Let us know about what your doctor advises and post us about how you are doing.
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