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Old 07-30-2012, 08:42 AM   #2
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Re: Doctor is Completely Clueless.. Could use some thoughts

It is uncommon for vesicles (blisters) to appear and disappear so suddenly, so here's a suggestion- next time it happens, take a picture of each stage of its course that you can take to the dernmatologist. After you meet the derm and decide if you want to continue with that Dr., ask if you can get in immediately next episode so he/she can see it when it happens, before the blister bursts. There are a few derm conditions that cause bullous rashes, and this sounds like possibly a very mild one, but someone who knows derm has to see it when it is happening. In the meantime the pictures will help and so will getting established with the Dr.