Hi guys! Freedancer here with a skin issue question. Since my two surgeries were emergencies, the doc had to crack me open very fast. My scar runs from just below my breastbone area and stops just above my upper pubic area. I was changing out my skin barrier a few weeks back and noticed an area of redness directly across from my belly button that stopped just short of where the skin barrier ends. It is in a straight line with my stoma opening and appears as an oval sort of red spot about the size of a quarter. I didn't think much of it because the scar is so irregular in that area and the doc cut around the belly button. I have been keeping an eye on it and it has developed a blister-like sore, partially open and oozing clear liquid and part of it closed, holding a clear liquid. It doesn't hurt because my nerves in that area have never recovered from the two surgeries, and I have no feeling there where the blisters have formed, but my area around the scar and the larger part of the red, inflamed area itches somewhat. The blistered area is just to the right of my scar, midline to my belly button, and midline to my stoma. I have been adjusting the skin barrier so as to stay off of the red area and the blisters as much as I can. Have any of you ever had this type of issue before, and if so, how did you treat it? What I am trying right now is I cleaned it really well with hydrogen peroxide, allowed it to dry, and then put some cream that the doctor gave me for a surface yeast infection that I got on my C-Section scar. It had the same clear blister-like sore as this one on my belly; however, the yeast infection has been cleared up now for many months. My two C-Sections were many years ago, but I have trouble with the scar from time to time due to the location of it. I am perplexed at this weird blister and red spot. If any of you have ever had something like this, your input would be greatly appreciated. I will be going in for surgery on my left hand on July 2nd and will be getting my pre-op on June 23rd, so I plan to have my VA doc have a look at it if it doesn't clear up. Thanks for listening and for chiming in on this question.