Chlamydia does not cause blisters. Herpes can cause blisters.
Done wrong, a piercing can definitely cause paralysis on the face... whether the piercing is ear, tongue, nose, etc.
Herpes will cause blisters.
If the piercing is completely healed, no. If the piercing is still fresh/new, possibly. If you remove it, continue to clean & care for it as you would any other wound.
Working out won't cause fever blisters.
Trichomoniasis can cause a rash with red spots and itching, but doesn't cause blisters.
Yep. Really, any type of movement can cause HT scarring
No not all blisters are herpes. Some are just water blisters from chaffing, some types of eczema can also cause blisters.
Cause: You want a really good piercing. Effect: You go to a professional body piercing studio and get a piercing.
No tongue piercing doesn't cause cancer.
Yes; irritation of the skin or lining can lead to blisters.
no It does not cause nausea because the piercing is not that intense!
Yes, from where the leg meets the stump if it is not fitted correctly in can cause blisters.
Most certainly not.
It can take up to 12 weeks for an Industrial piercing to close up. Possibly even longer, as long as you clean the area with salen solution it will heal up just fine, DO NOT turn, the piercing it will do that by daily wear. And DO NOT take the piercing out, the skin will grow back together very quickly and cause the punctures to close, meaning you just paid for a piercing, that is no good anymore.
Body Piercing do not cause any "condition" in a medical sense. The adornment of the body by piercing doesn't cause any adverse reaction or event in the body. Failure to look after a new piercing can lead to infections, and reactions when the piercing is incorrectly looked after.
There are several reasons one could have blisters on the penis. It's not always genital warts.
What would cause tiny white blisters and swollen lips on a baby?
Yes. Skin contact with boiling water can cause swells and burns, with may turn into blisters, and the blisters can cause scaring.
No. Consult a practitioner. Whatever the cause of the blisters, you should have this looked at. By the way, the word is "vulva".
Where are these blisters located?
There are several different things that can cause a person to have blisters on their scalp. The most likely explanation is that the person is severely allergic to some of the hair products they are using.
Yes you can tan with a nose piercing, but I wouldn't recommend it. It dry your piercing out and cause "crusties".