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From Fayetteville, Tennessee, USA:

My son has little red-like blisters on the bottom of his feet. They are not broken open and they really don't have a blister head on them yet. He says it hurt to walk on his feet. What do I do?


As far as I know, your son's red-like blisters on his feet have nothing to do with diabetes, unless they get infected. You should ask your pediatrician for prompt advice.


Original posting 17 Apr 2005
Posted to Aches and Pains and Other


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