I also had the exact same blister on one finger on my left hand. After excising it I developed a nasty staff infection. In 24 hrs. it went from just sore to major antibiotics and worrying about actually losing my finger. After everything cleared up I had no problems for a year. Then I started to develop a blister on the same finger on my right hand. For years it has also caused a deformity on that finger. I caught it a couple weeks ago and felt something oily, so I immediatly put neosporin and a band-aid on it. After my last experience I went to urgent care (Saturday) and got on an antibiotic immediately. It has now grown big enough to get scraped easily. I will be going to my regular doctor and have it taken care of properly.View Thread
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