After the preliminary symptom follows the emergence of large, bulbous, and tough blisters. The fluid within is usually clear but may at times have some blood. The skin surrounding the blister may seem normal. At times, the skin could be darker than usual or even reddish. The main goal of treatment is to decrease the formation of blisters. Doctors will try to promote their healing and determine the medication needed. Treatment of the disease may vary. It depends upon pre-existing conditions, the severity, and other factors which are patient-specific.
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