I am a CNA, which means I'm on my feet for at least eight hours a day. The blisters are very big and uncomfortable, I bought Dr Scholls blister treatment but it doesn't seem to be helping, thank you for your advice I am going to give it a try. Could these blisters get infected, someone suggested I use antibacterial cream but I can't find it anywhere.
i have the same problem. It started with one blister and spread rapidly on the same foot in less then a week. the skin is now dry and that foot seems to possibly be healing, but i now have 1 blister on the other foot, so i will cover it with a band aid for now and hopefully will not spread.
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