I got blisters on my feet from the rough concrete of a motel pool once. Never in my own vinyl lined pool. I must not have stayed in as long as your children did because my did not bleed. But they were extremely painful to the point of not even flip-flops were comfortable! Is the pool gunite or vinyl? Our 4 year old who is just learning to swim and barely tall enough to reach the bottom in the shallow end of the pool had what looked like a layer of skin being removed on the tips of his toes after a day in the pool. We figure it was from him trying to tip toe around the shallow end rather than trying to swim so we bought him a pair of water shoes. He hasn't had the problem since. Your condo may have a rule regarding water shoes, so that may not work for you. My son is 2-1/2 and just this weekend we had him in the neighborhood pool for half an hour. When he got out, he had blisters that had burst on his fingers and toes. They didn't bleed, but they were very frightening nonetheless. His feet were on the bottom, but his fingers hadn't touched the rough bottom and were just as blistered. I asked a fellow Mom who was a lifeguard in high school, and she said this is a symptom of a chlorine overdose. The pool had too much chlorine.
I would hazard a guess that the plaster finish has deteriorated or has been acid washed within the year. An improper acid wash of pool plaster will make it extremely rough much like razor blades or broken glass. the results of this type of damage to the plaster shows inexperience of the person who has done the job. The least that could have been done was to power sand the plaster to make it smoother. But once the damage is done it is hard to correct. I would personally check out several areas of the surface of the plaster both floor and walls ( and steps) by lightly running my hand(s) over the surface of the plaster testing for roughness. If this is what you find contact the manager/owner/responsible party to see if it can be corrected within a reasonable time frame. Alternately you could call the health department in your area for them to come out to check it. This may result in the pool being closed until the pool is brought up to code. This may be a health hazard! Don't hesitate!!
Chlamydia does not cause blisters. Herpes can cause blisters.
Herpes will cause blisters.
Working out won't cause fever blisters.
Trichomoniasis can cause a rash with red spots and itching, but doesn't cause blisters.
If you throw up often, the acid from your stomach can cause your esophagus to bleed. This is common with people who are bulimic.You can also have an ulcer or blood blisters which bursts. That is usually alcoholics who gets it.
No not all blisters are herpes. Some are just water blisters from chaffing, some types of eczema can also cause blisters.
Yes; irritation of the skin or lining can lead to blisters.
Yes, from where the leg meets the stump if it is not fitted correctly in can cause blisters.
Most certainly not.
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.
He puts the head to his legs and cause his opponent to bleed ? what is this move.
Yes. It is called chlorine burn.
Poison Ivy can create blisters on your skin. If one of those blisters pops it can cause a scab.
Water bumps "or water blisters" are caused by repeated friction. Water blisters most commonly occur on the heel or the foot when someone is breaking in new shoes but friction is not the only cause of blisters. There are some conditions that cause them
Whatever the cause, you should see a doctor, not rely on a website for a diagnosis.
Cheap salt and food with normal salt/cheap salt give me blisters in my mouth. Now I always buy the expensive salt and that is OK and does not cause any blisters.