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Blood blisters on your face how do I get rid of it

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Dr. Matt Wachsman
35 years experience Internal Medicine
Tricky: dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them. and... if it is like a bruise, then warm compresses. an actually collection of blood ... Read More

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A 34-year-old male asked:
Dr. J. Lawrence Dohan
56 years experience Dermatology
How long???: "a while" does not qualify as an estimate of time. Days, weeks, months???? If they really are blood blisters, present several days, they will resolve ... Read More
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Dr. Sharon Ann Clark
40 years experience Plastic Surgery
Chronic irritation: The tragus is composed of cartilage which gets it blood supply by diffusion. It is prone to an infection, and this could be an infection without purul ... Read More
A 20-year-old female asked:
Dr. John Munshower
29 years experience Family Medicine
Abscesses?: Abscesses, boils, small carbuncles, etc. or whatever they may be called are very tough to treat and are often caused by underlying bacterial skin infe ... Read More
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A 38-year-old member asked:
Dr. Janet Kail
27 years experience Podiatry
Need more info: If you have a blood blister from an insect bite that is different than a blood blister from a dog bite. You need to see your pcp or podiatrist for ev ... Read More
A 17-year-old female asked:
Dr. Nicholas Trotta
56 years experience Ophthalmology
Blister: If it doesn't disappear in a few days stick a pin in it
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Dr. David Schleimer
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Leave it be: Now that the irritation (cast) is gone, it will likely resolve on its' own. Good luck!
A female asked:
Dr. Keegan Duchicela
13 years experience Family Medicine
Blood blister: It could be a blood blister - these can take a few weeks to reabsorb. Other dark red skin lesions include hemangiomas, which are basically abnormal c ... Read More
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
24 years experience Psychiatry
Allow them to: heal on their own. Avoid opening up a lesion as that causes a portal for infections.

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