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When He Poked The MASSIVE Blister On His Foot, He Never Expected All THIS To Come Oozing Out…

By Karly Carpena
July 19, 2016

When temperatures heat up, your feet swell and sweat, which causes friction against your shoes — even comfy ones — and those painful fluid-filled sacs can follow.

So what’s the best way to avoid blisters? First, make sure your shoes fit you just right. “If they pinch in the store, chances are they’ll pinch when you wear them for the first time,” says Everyday Health skin and beauty Jessica Wu, MD, a dermatologist in Los Angeles and author of Feed Your Face. Most important, once you have a blister, resist the urge to pop it.

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“Popping a blister can introduce infection, and often the blister comes right back the same day,” advises Dr. Wu. Instead, keep the blister covered with a bandage until it dries up.

Usually they are easy enough to get rid of: pop and drain with a clean needle and they are soon forgotten. However, this man let his blister go for a long time. It is large and aged. Poking and draining becomes a whole different story…

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