Re: Sunburn around belly?
What you described is actually second degree burns especially where it has blistered. it is normal for a burn to cause swelling. Their is a lot of fluidthat accumulated on and around a second degree burn. That is probably what is happening. Since this sounds like a large burn and a second degree one in some places , you really ought to see your DR. The Dr. will explain to u what you need to do to take care of the burn and treat the burns . After the blisters go down or pop your skin is vulnerable to infection . this is the biggest concern. The Dr. could perscribe you a special burn cream that will make healing time faster. But, you will have to cover the area as well, which is difficult on the stomach. Keep the area clean and dry, and see your Dr.