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I did a fairly long walk today (terrible idea, I will pay for this tomorrow) and now my feet are covered with blisters, even the soles! I know fragile skin is common in EDS, but I was wondering if the blisters are related to this and how other people manage them?

    • Arqaena

      114d

      It could be relaxed. Make sure you have proper fitting shoes and socks, and if you're not allergic, you could try putting bandaids on the areas that get blisters to see if that helps. Also make sure your socks aren't damp, or that you change them when they damp

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Based on the provided context, some individuals with EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) have reported experiencing blisters and fragile skin. One person mentioned getting blisters from wearing new shoes without fluffy socks, while another shared that sleeping with socks on resulted in a pressure sore. However, there were no specific suggestions on how to manage these blisters.

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