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small blisters on fingers

Can fungus be the cause of having small blisters on 2 of my fingers? Can this be cured? If so, how?
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Yes. Fungal infections may present with bumps or blisters on the fingers. Topical antifungals may be used. It is also important to keep the hands dry and clean at most times as moisture may encourage fungal colonization and infection. Avoid any cuts or application of creams and lotions on the area. Topical antifungals like miconazole cream applied on the affected areas may help. If no response is noted in at least 5 days, have this assessed by your doctor.
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I am not too sure what the appearance of the blisters is like. could you please elaborate.

At the same time, I would like to say that the blisters may be caused by many factors including Burns, infections or trauma at the site. There are also other immune related disorders which may trigger these blisters on your palms or hands.

There are effective treatments available for most diagnosis and therefore there is little cause for worry. Please get this examined and I am sure that you will get the cure.

Let me know more information to help you better
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