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Can penicillin treat a fever blister?
I get them all the time on the tip of my tongue, and my doctor gave me a prescription for a cream to put on them when I first feel them coming, and it really works. :( SAdly, …there's no cure. Yes, you can also get them on your top lip or bottom lip, on the inside and outside of them because of a fever. I get them most of the time when I get a fever. I have asked my Doctor about it and there is not much you can do about it. SORRY BUT YOUR WRONG A FEVER BLISTER IS NOT CAUSE BY FEVER IT IS A TYPE OF HERPES AND THERES NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT! BUT DONT FREAK OUT 90% OR PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES GET IT! I GET THEM TOO, AND I WAS CRYING WHEN I FOUND OUT WHAT THEY REALLY WERE BUT YOU CAN GET THEM FOR KISSING, DRINKING AFTER SOMEONE OR EVEN OFF A WATER FOUNTAIN AT SCHOOL!
Answer . Cover with a clean dry cloth and let them pop on their own do not pop yourself might get infected. Soak in a tub of warm water, add a bit of Epsom Salt.. Dry car…efully.. On feet, pad around the blisters with moleskin.. You can also apply moleskin to the shoe where it is rubbing.. If they do pop, soaking will help keep them from getting infected.. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. ANSWER #2:. 1. get your self a needle POP it!. 2. don't worry about the infection because it is not your actual skin cuz if it was, then why don't you see blood coming out then? . 3. drain all the water that is in it . 4. move on with your regular life from now on.. that's what i do.. if of it like this way for better understanding . here we have your real hand 0 blisters . on top of that we have some water . and covering that is some posing skin . if you pop it the water comes out by squeezing it out of the hole . blood won't come out since the real skin is covered by the water that gives u blisters and not to mention you aren't touching the actual skin attached to your hand other wise it would hurt like hell
It is traditional for a blister to be kept dry and covered with a dry bandage. It is also traditional not to pop the blister because it can get infected. Being the daughter of… a doctor I do know all that is true but my mother let me pop them with needles we ran through a match to kill germs. We also put alcohol on the needle and the blister then released the fluid so the blister would get pain relief. Then we clean up the area and dried it with a sanitary cloth. Next, we put Neosporin cream with pain reliever on it. Then we dabbed it to dry it as good as possible without taking away all the medication. We put on a big heel bandage and I had to put on a sock and wear sandals that did not rub the blister. Also my mother put special powder in the shoe to disinfect it but I can't remember what she put in it. Do not wear that same pair of shoes for several weeks if you can do that. If you are on a hike you are out of luck and will have to wear the boot. Do not let that blister get dirty and make sure your bathtub or shower is clean. IF YOU ARE DIABETIC YOU CANNOT DO THIS METHOD. YOU MUST GO TO YOUR DOCTOR OR PODIATRIST OR AN URGENT CARE PLACE TO HAVE DIABETIC FOOT CARE DONE SO YOU DON'T GET INFECTED AND HAVE THE SUGAR COLLECT AROUND THE BLISTER.
Fever blisters are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Don't freak out when I say this, because this particular virus can be spread without sexual contact. Many people are aff…ected by the herpes virus, and because it is a virus, it cannot be cured. There are ways to treat them, many stores sell over the counter products to help reduce the pain and swelling. DO NOT BITE THE SORE, no matter how bad it may hurt. Apply lip balm whenever possible to prevent your lips from chapping, and refrain from touching the area infected.
Do not pop a fever blister; it can cause the virus to spread.
Cold sores or fever blisters are caused by a virus that's spread by skin-to-skin contact with an infected person, at the location where the virus is active, during a time when… they are shedding virus.
Pencillin treats bacterial infections. Many get confused and think it treats viruses. That is false.
can duac gel be used to treat fever blisters
It can save like loads of things including infections and wounds
If you are fighting a virus or if you have a cold you might get a fever blister.
A fever blister is a virus that must run its course. You can go to the doctor and get Acyclovir, but it must be started almost immediately. Once you get a blister, keep it moi…st with a gel such as Bacitracin or Neomycin so it does not scar. Don't let it form scabs, which could scar. Don't peel scabs, just keep them moist. To prevent a fever blister, as soon as you feel the irritation, apply ice as often as you can. The cold will kill the virus and prevent the blister. If there is a lot of pain, it could be shingles. Get to a doctor immediately if you are in a lot of pain and suspect shingles. Abreva is a really good product that reduces the duration of a fever blister.
Fever blisters are cold sores, on or near the lips, caused by the oral herpes virus HSV-Type1.
Ciprofloxacin is not used to treat a fever blister.
A fever does not cause fever blisters, just like a cold doesn't cause cold sores (they are the same thing) but if infected with the Herpes Simplex I virus, a person's immune s…ystem is compromised and the virus can come out of its dormant stage. Too much sun, stress, certain foods, suppressed immune system are a few of the predisposing factors that can bring the Herpes Simplex Virus I out of its dormant stage. Remember once you have the virus, you will always have it. There is no cure.
In Cold Sores
You can use over the counter creams, if you have a sever break out you should get some antiviral medication.
In Cold Sores
Yes it's used to treat fever blisters and cold sores, they are both caused by the cold sore virus. The only thing is you may have to take a lot of it before you notice any dif…ference in the break out.
I think so because I've never had fever blisters without having a fever. And then when I got a fever I started getting them. So I do think you need a fever to get fever sores.…