Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Immune System
What causes tongue blisters?
Tongue blisters can be caused by viruses, trauma or allergy. It causes pain and interferes with eating and drinking. It is also caused by deficiency of Vitamin B. People with vitamin B deficiency usually experience blisters in mouth because their immunity towards bacterial infection decreases. ...
Asked in Figure Skating
Why do people get blisters after using figure skates?
The shoes are tight, and with movement there is friction or rubbing of foot agains the interior of the skate. The friction or rubbing causes blisters. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What causes blood blisters in the back of the throat?
There are many things that can cause blood blisters on the back of the throat. Some examples would be mononucleosis, herpes, or ulcers from excessive vomiting. ...
Asked in Health
What could be the cause of blisters on new born baby?
Two of the main causes of blisters on a newborn baby are toxic erythema of the newborn and malaria. Other possible causes include bacteria, fungi and viral infections, neonatal cephalic pustulosis or incontentia pigmenti. ...
What causes blisters on the face and nose?
There could be a variety of causes. Typically blisters on the face and nose would indicate too much exposure to sun, thus resulting in sunburn. Other causes could be related to allergice reaction to detergents used on the skin, to a plethora of other things. Best to see a dermotologist. ...