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are you able to upload a picture of the blisters?are the blisters on the same side?Is there any pain or burning where the blisters are?Do you know what pellet was used?
and is the insertion site near where the blisters formed?
ok, so most likely the blisters are not a reaction to the Bio-T pellet and not an infection due to the pellet.
what size are the blisters?
it could be a localized skin infection called folliculitis but can not say for certain without a picture.Herpes lesions tend to be smaller blister-like lesions in a cluster.
For an accurate diagnosis, I would recommend making an appointment with your doctor so they can examine the lesions and determine what the cause is.Does that make sense?
I think is more likely folliculitis, but again difficult to tell without a picture. Your doctor should be able to easily diagnosis what the cause of the blister is.Does that answer your question?
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