Not exactly homework question

Alright, so I know this isn't exactly what i should do, but i need help. I only ask because due to parental restrictions on the internet, i cannot google this question, and I hope that someone here, with everyone being so smart, can help. So here goes....

I walked about 4-5 miles on concrete yesterday because my shoes broke. I started getting blisters after about an hour, and since this time yesterday, the blisters have at least doubled, if not tripled in size. I don't know if I should pop, or not? I don't have a needle, but what about possibly sterilizing an earring? They hurt really bad and keep getting bigger and I don't know who else to ask.

Sorry for inconvenience, but please help. It hurts really, really, really bad.

~katt

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  1. You could try sterilizing an earring. But I suggest your parents buy you a needle.

    Your blisters will feel much better after the fluid is drained off.

  2. Alright, I really appreciate it Ms. Sue. I will try it.

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  3. You're welcome -- and good luck!

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