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Maybe you can figure out what several Dr.'s cannot-Terrible blistering!!!!!

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  • Posted By: moomoo2
  • March 28, 2010
  • 04:49 AM

I am a 39 year old female in relatively good health. About 8 years ago, I broke out with greenish/yellowish blisters that covered the palms of my hands and the soles and sides of my feet. They came out of nowhere and lasted approximately 1-2 months. I did go to several doctors, many of which were specialist and no one could ever give a diagnosis. The matter inside the blisters was tested but didn't come back with any real answers. In time, they disappeared as quickly as they came.

Well, here I am, 8 years later and 2 months ago it started all over, only with much more severity...There are days where I have 100 blisters on one palms, 50 blisters on the other palm, 20 on each foot and this time, they have appeared on my leg and random areas but not to the severity of my palms and feet. They are incredibly itchy at times and very painful when emerging. After 3-4 days, they turn into a hard brownish color patch and peel off and couple days later, a new patch appears.

My GP is completely complexed with this and initially looked at them and said is very much resembled MRSA but again, the sample of the blister fluid came back with not much information. In the meantime, it is interfering with my daily activities as I cannot tighly hold anything or if my palm bangs into something or brushes up against something, wow, the pain is bad.

PLEASE, help. I've searched and searched and researched and researched and it's and endless circle of information. Any info would be appreciated PLEASE.

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