1. Practice good hygiene. Keep your body clean, wash your hands frequently and try to avoid touching the sores.
2. Take salt baths. This method can clean, dry and ease the pain of blisters and sores. Mix a few tablespoons of salt in a shallow bath.
3. Cool the affected area. Applying ice directly to the sores or drying the area with a blow dryer on the cool setting can offer some relief.
4. Wear loose-fitting clothing. Loose clothing reduces discomfort and promotes healing of the sores. Wear...Read more
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