The following Conditions are related to Small blisters

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  • Bullous pemphigoid

    Bullous pemphigoid is a rare skin condition that causes large, fluid-filled blisters. They develop on areas of skin that often flex - such as the lower abdomen, upper thighs or armpits. Bullous pemphigoid is most common in older adults.TreatmentFor moderate-to-severe cases of bullous pemphigoid, your healthcare provider may prescribe an oral corticosteroid, like prednisone in addition to a steroid-spari  Read More

  • Duhring disease

    Treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) also known as duhring disease includes avoidance of gluten by consuming a gluten-free diet and medications.The first line of treatment includes a strict gluten-free diet is the most effective treatment option. You can get suggestions from a registered dietician to eliminate both obvious and hidden sources of dietary gluten and recommend short- and long-term alternatives.  Read More

  • Erythema multiforme exudativum

    Until recently the relationship of Stevens-Johnson syndrome to other severe blistering disorders was a matter of some debate. Now a consensus seems to be evolving that describes SJS as a rare disorder involving lesions of the mucous membranes along with small blisters on the reddish or purplish, flat, thickened patches of skin. As a result, SJS is now distinguished as a separate disorder from erythema multiforme major (EMM). SJS is now conside  Read More

  • Jock itch

    Similar to ringworm, jock itch is a common fungal ailment that is brought on by a fungus. An itching, stinging, burning rash appears on the skin of your groin, inner thighs, and butt crack as a result of a jock itch (gluteal cleft). Another name for jock itch is tinea cruris. Ringworm is also known as tinea, and the Greek word cruris signifies groin.Jock itch might persist for months if you don't address it. Ho  Read More