What causes a purple blister on your butt cheek that pops and leaves something like a little hole?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What if your lingual frenulum develops a blood blister?
What could be if i have like a blister outside of my vagina?
There could be many different causes for a blister to form outside your vagina. Essentially, it could be a small break in the skin that has caused your skin to react normally: it will close the break and the repair process begins underneath, with clear blood plasma, water, and white blood cells doing the repair work. This type of blister may hurt a little bit. Another type of blister is an infection by one of many different types of micro-organisms: bacteria, fungi, or yeasts. This type of blister usually is very itchy. A blister that doesn't hurt or itch much may be a sexually-transmitted disease. If you have a sex partner and he or she has it, too, then chances are you got it from him or her. It is best to have your gynecologist take a look at your blister. Trying to cure a blister on your vagina or near it can be a very painful, dangerous, or even fatal under-taking.
Asked in Health
What can a bump that was bleeding on the roof of my mouth be?
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Skin Care, Holocaust
How do you treat a water blister?
A water blister is a blister that has filled with body fluid. It is uncomfortable but can be easily reduced to what amounts to a layer of skin over the tender area below it. Use a sterile needle (I have used a sharp knife's pointed end) to drain the water at the base of the blister. There should be very little pain. Cover the blister with a bandage for a day or two until the proud skin forms a hard covering and simply peels off.
Asked in Health, Public Health and Safety
What can you do if you have a red blister on the tip of your tongue?
If its a little tiny blister on the tip of your tongue it could be a clogged taste gland and in that case you just wait it out. If its from trauma you can do warm salt water rinses and use something like orabase W/benzocaine to help relieve some of the discomfort. If it hasn't gone away in two weeks you should have it checked by your Physician or Dentist.
What is the composition that enables dried papaya leaves to be used as an alternative organic mulch?
Asked in Illegal Drugs
Can you smoke coca leaves and get high from it?
the speculation is no, that small amount of psychoactive alkaloids in coca leaves would produce little effect through inhalation, as the alkaloids are not concentrated enough in that form. A better idea might be to chew the dried leaves(5 leaves? ten?) in something like a "quid" for 10 minutes or so , allowing your saliva to mix and break down the leaves as your hold them in your gum. The resulting effect is something like caffeine, a subtly notable surge of plant energy....
Asked in Maple Trees
Why do your maple trees lose their leaves in the summer?
Asked in Music
What is the lyrix to the song ''Fallen Leaves'' by Billy Talent?
In a crooked little town, they were lost and never found Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground I hitched a ride, until the coast To leave behind, all of my ghosts Searching for something, I couldn't find at home Can't get no job, can you spare a dime? Just one more hit, and I'll be fine I swear to God, this'll be my one last time! In a crooked little town, they were lost and never found Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Run away before you drown, or the streets will beat you down Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Well it gets dark, in Pigeon Park Voice in my head, will soon be fed By the vultures, that circle round the dead! In a crooked little town, they were lost and never found Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Run away before you drown, or the streets will beat you down Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground I never once thought, I'd ever be caught! Staring at sidewalks, hiding my track marks! I left my best friends, or did they just leave me? In a crooked little town, they were lost and never found Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground In a crooked little town, they were lost and never found Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Run away before you drown, or the streets will beat you down Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Run away before you drown! Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground Run away before you drown! Fallen leaves, fallen leaves, fallen leaves... on the ground
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Rashes, Blood
How do you get rid of blisters on your hands only?
Asked in Books and Literature
How many pages does A Little Something Special have?
Asked in Rhyming Words
What rhymes with sister?
Blister, kissed her, mister, twister, missed her, 2 syllables: blister, mister, mr, mr., twister 3 syllables: blood blister, tongue twister, transistor 4 syllables: fever blister, Joseph lister, water blister 5 syllables: junction transistor from: rhymezone.com sister-mister-quickster- mister, kissed her, blister, twister, missed her ballista baluster barista big/half-/little/ sister bister bistre brain-/tongue-/ twister breakfaster burn/water/ blister cash/head/parish/pre-/ register clyster (combine) harvester deregister enlister field effect/junction/ transistor genista glister insister koeksister lister mister Mister stepsister thermistor thyristor tryster twister (utter) barrister varistor vista xyster
Asked in Pine Trees
What is the story of the legend of the pine tree?
In the woods there grew a little pine tree, and its leaves were long, slender, green needles. It was very little, indeed, and although there were many other trees around it, it felt quite alone as there were no other pine trees near by. The little pine tree was proud of its fine, green needles when the other trees in the forest were bare, and the snow was white on the ground. But in summer time, when the other trees had beautiful, large, green leaves, the pine tree thought that it would be nice if it could have large leaves also. "I wish that I could have beautiful large leaves, but leaves which are more beautiful than those of any of the other trees," it thought. "If I could have my wish, I would have leaves of shining gold." The little pine tree slept. through the night, and in the morning when it awoke it had leaves of shining gold. "How very beautiful I am," it thought. "How my leaves glisten in the sun: Now I shall always be happy." In the afternoon a man came through the woods along a path which passed by the little pine tree. When he came to the little tree and saw the beautiful golden leaves, he stopped and picked them all and put them into the bag which he was carrying and took them home with him. Then the poor little tree had no leaves. "What shall I do?" it cried. "I will not wish for gold leaves again. If I could have another wish, I would have leaves of glass. They would sparkle in the sun, and no one would take them away." Again the little pine tree slept through the night, and when it awoke the next morning it had leaves of sparkling glass. "How beautiful I am now." it thought, "my leaves are of clear crystal and they tinkle as the wind passes through them." All through the morning, the little tree was very happy. But, in the afternoon, black clouds hid the sun, and the rain came down, and the wind turned cold and harsh. The little tree shivered. It shook and shook, and when the storm was over, all of the glass leaves had been broken and had fallen to the ground. Again the poor little tree had no leaves. "What can I do now?" it cried. "A man took my leaves of gold, and the storm broke my leaves of glass. If I could have still another wish, I would have large green leaves like the other trees in the forest." Once more the little pine tree slept through the night and when it awoke the next morning it had beautiful, large, green leaves. "Now I am like the other trees and as beautiful as they are," it thought. The little tree was happy once more. But soon a goat came along the path looking for something to eat. The little tree was so small that the goat could easily reach the leaves, and they looked so good and juicy that he nibbled at each of the branches and ate up all the leaves. "Alas!" cried the little tree, "a man took my leaves of gold; the storm broke my leaves of glass; a goat ate my large green leaves! If I could have just one more wish, I would have my long green needles again." Toward evening, the little tree fell asleep and again slept through the night. And when it awoke in the morning it had its long slender green needles again. The birds flew to the little pine tree, and they were as happy as it was that it was covered again with long green pine needles. "Gold leaves, glass leaves, and large, green leaves are very fine;" thought the little tree, "but there is nothing so good for a little pine tree as its own long needles."