Before too long, though, the blister came back, and this time it was worse. My feet wept from the build-up of fluid, and then the blisters began to spread like a rash across my toes, on the bottom of my feet, and finally up the sides of my feet. It was agony. The incessant itch would wake me up at night and my skin bled from my scratching. Any skin I managed not to scratch wasn't much better, and would often fall off in sodden layers as the blisters oozed fluid all over my feet. I needed crutches to get around, making my daily commute a struggle.
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