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itchy red blisters burn when pop and clear substance comes

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I have itchy red blisters that itch all the time but start to burn when pop and clear substance comes out. They are all over my neck and back. I tend to get some on my face from time to time.


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replied October 17th, 2013
General Q and A Answer A45033
Hi,
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It is difficult to comment on the exact cause for the itchy red blisters on neck and back without examining them to look for other characteristic features that can help to determine diagnosis. If these have been persistent or recurrent, you should consider vising your doctor/healthcare provider at the earliest for thorough examination and evaluation to look for the exact cause and get started on treatment as appropriate (based on examination findings and evaluation results) to control/cure the itchy red blisters that you describe. Be in regular follow-up and monitoring with your treating doctor/ healthcare provider and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.


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