I have a small patch of tiny clear blisters in between two of my toes. It has not spread, but is very itchy, painful and red. I have tried cortizone and a salt bath, but it has not shown any improvements. I haven't changed what I eat or gone out barefoot recently, so I don't believe it was an allergic reaction. Any general treatment I can try would be much appreciated. I do not have the best insurance, so I would like to avoid a costly doctor visit as long as I can. I know nothing is guaranteed to work, but any suggestions would be very helpful.
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replied September 4th, 2010
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Blister with itch between two toes can be scabies. There are many OTC anti scabies lotion available. You can try those. Other than that it could be fungal infection. This would require local application of antifungals. It is very difficult to diagnose on net. You can try these two treatments. Wear open foot wear. If this does not help, you will have to consult a doctor. Take care!



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