While on a campout I cut my finger tip this past weekend - a big cut but not too deep. I put a bandaid on it pretty tight, to keep pressure on it and keep it from bleeding through. I then went about camping for the next 12 hours. When I woke up the in the early morning the finger tip hurt and felt very "asleep." I believe I clearly kept the bandaid on too tight for too long. The finger now has normal color and all feeling and use except for two blisters which are forming on the top of it near the nail. When I push on the blisters, they tingle, but are not painful. They're about quarter of an inch total in size and haven't come to the surface yet.
Should I seek any treatment or just treat it like a normal blister.
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