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I'm sorry to hear about these
When did they start?
acouple days ago
Are they painful?
How many bumps are present?
Do you take any medication?
What these are is a form of dermatitis
called vesicular eczema
what do i do for them
what do i do for them?
Usually just avoiding exposure to skin irritants and keeping the feet moisturized. Cool compresses can help if the blisters are itchy. If your case is mild, it will settle without treatment over a few days or weeks
Cortisone cream may also help if they start to itch
The dr gave me steroid cream and antibiotics what do you think of that? They do not itch
If the doctor gave you those medications then he think you will benefit from them
what do you think?
I'm sorry, I am not sure exactly what you are asking in your last reply, can you clarify your question please? (eg. what do you think of ........)
what do you think of the medicine he recommended?
The cortisone cream may help them subside more quickly, I am not sure why he prescribed antibiotics, some antibiotics help treat pimples
he said they could get infected do you think so?
Yes, it is possible for them to get infected if they are not kept clean and are exposed to skin irritants
The feet are naturally dirty
can i buy cortisone cream over the counter?
Yes, it can be obtained over the counter
Cortisone cream is a type of steroid cream
will these continue to spread to other parts of my body?
It is very unlikely for it to spread
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Most likely they are athlete's foot. That is a fungal infection that usually starts with fluid filled blisters. As the blisters break and the area dries out, it tends to look like this: http://www.healthline.com/health/athletes-foot#Pictures2
Your local medical provider can take a look and make a diagnosis. Keeping the feet clean and dry is essential. You can try over the counter athlete's foot medications from your local pharmacy.
Please let me know if you have additional questions.