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 Should i put a bandaid on my blister?

Answer Yes because it will help the blister not get rubbed as much
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Blister from butterfly bandaid... help!?

It is not normal. You are having an allergic reaction to the glue(?). yes, the blisters will go away and you will be fine.
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Should you pop a blister or leave it alone If you can pop a blister how do you go about doing it safely?

leave it alone because the skin over the fluid is a natural and very effective barrier to infection; but if you MUST pop it in order to walk, wash the area and your hands first with soap and water... Read More »
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How do you say "bandaid" in the uk?

It's not Elastoplast at all. The correct word is just 'plaster'. Elastoplast is just a BRAND NAME for a plaster.That's like saying the English word for 'cereal' is Kelloggs!
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How do i take this bandaid off?

Take a warm shower, or soak your arm is warm water. The water will soften everything(make it less adhesive) and you should be able to slowly peel the band aid off without bringing the skin.
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