bubbles

The bubbles are small bags filled with liquid that can be created on the skin or mucous membranes reaching 5-10 mm in diameter. In many situations they break easily by pouring their liquid onto the epidermis , which can solidify to form a yellowish crust.

What pathologies can be linked to blisters?

The diseases that can be linked to bubbles are these:

Acne

Contact allergy

Dermatitis

Dermatophytosis

Sunburn

Fire of saint Anthony

Geloni

Herpes simplex

Impetigo

Lichen planus

Pemphigus vulgaris

Burns

chickenpox

Remember that this is not a complete list and that it is always better to consult with your doctor in the presence of continuity of symptoms.

What are the remedies against boils?

There are numerous products that work together to combat blisters related to specific problems, such as cold sores. Usually, however, it is better to seek advice from an expert to understand the nature of the bubbles and decide the most suitable solution accordingly.

With bubbles when to go to your doctor?

It is advisable to go to the doctor every time you are dealing with bubbles of unknown origin on the skin.

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