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Question:

From Fayetteville, Tennessee, USA:

My son has little red-like blisters on the bottom of his feet. They are not broken open and they really don't have a blister head on them yet. He says it hurt to walk on his feet. What do I do?

Answer:

As far as I know, your son's red-like blisters on his feet have nothing to do with diabetes, unless they get infected. You should ask your pediatrician for prompt advice.

MS

DTQ-20050410230327
Original posting 17 Apr 2005
Posted to Aches and Pains and Other

  
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