I understand your concern. It presents with a lot of inflammation and redness. Do not attempt to burst them at home. I do not know your diabetic history and the medications that are taken. It can occur due to walking on bare feet or ill-fitting or tight footwear or it can be a diabetic foot which is a complication of long-standing diabetes. Please mention whether you have pain or fever with any tingling sensation in the foot. Please mention the diabetic history and the medications taken for it. It needs a detailed examination to be done by the doctor to know the cause and to treat them. If you are not having pain, then it is not a good sign and I suggest you visit the doctor soon.
Thank you doctor,
I am having diabetes for many years and I am taking Insulin R to control the sugar level. I have nerve damage on my foot and so I do not feel the pain besides the pain due to neuropathy. I came to the emergency now.
Yes, it is diabetic foot secondary to neuropathy that occurs due to long-standing uncontrolled sugars. Kindly seek urgent attention to manage it and also consult a qualified diabetologist who can help you to give proper medications and insulin to control sugars.
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