Bites That Cause Blisters?

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Some insect bites can cause blisters to form on the skin due to allergic reactions to the venom being deposited into your body. Often times the bite itself is harmless is it is from a mosquito, fly, or certain spiders. However, the bite can cause a raised, fluid filled blisters if your body withstands an allergy reaction to it. Applying a topical ointment and ice pack will generally relieve the pain and swelling. Seek out a doctors advice and counsel if the blister gets worse, or larger in size than a dime.
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