Do blisters itch?


A blister is a rise of liquid under the skin. The unmistakable, watery fluid inside a blister is called serum. It spills in from neighboring tissues as a response to harmed skin. In the event that the blister stays unopened, serum can give normal protection to the skin underneath it.

Little blisters are called vesicles. Those bigger than a large portion of an inch are called bullae. A blood blister is loaded with blood, instead of serum. It is very common for the blisters to itch. But you should not scratch on the affected area as it can result in worsening of the problem. Use creams or ointments to get rid of irritation.

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