Blood Blisters

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  1. StingRey

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    I've been taking it slow, have not gone past a mile & 1/2 at a time running fully barefoot at a much reduced pace with a day of rest in between workouts. I've dropped my overall milage drastically & have replaced most of my runs with barefoot hikes on trails 2-3 times a week with a least one fully barefoot run and one run in original super-thin VFF. I'm still waiting for the callous to come in. I have multiple blood blisters on both my feet, any helpful advice would be much appreciated.

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  2. Dr. Nirenberg

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    The skin has been injured. It is does not appear to have any infection in these images, but I would put some antibiotic ointment on the area until it heals up. You are landing with too much force, as this injury is beyond healthy. I would suggest that you let it heal and try to land more gently moving forward.
     
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