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The other day I broke a ceramic coffee cup and while I was

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hello there the other day I broke a ceramic coffee cup and while I was cleaning up the glass I stood on a bit and it went into my foot. I got the piece out of my foot and had a pin prick of blood come out of where the ceramic came out. it was alittle bit
sore after I got it out of my foot. I now have a 20 cent piece size fluid blister come up where I got the cermic in my foot. its also really sore to walk on. could you please tell me why I have now got a fluid blister after getting ceramic coffee cup stuck
in foot. my dad says it looks like a large ring worm but its at the spot where I got the cremaic stuck in.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Dermatology
Expert:  Dr. Pravin replied 2 years ago.


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