Is it normal for a blood blister to keep bleeding?

Not usually. Usually they slowly heal and resolve. Continued bleeding can be related to recurrent trauma. Try to stop the bleeding with direct pressure, then protect it from further injury .

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Blood blister on top on hand won't stop bleeding?

Pressure. cleaning the area and applying pressure for a few minutes in most cases will stop all bleeding. If you are on an anticoagulant like Coumadin (warfarin) or daily aspirin. Plavix then you will take longer to clot. Read more...

My husband's had what looks like a blood blister for 2 weeks on his big toe. It is bleeding very heavy and can't get it to stop. What is it? Why?

Needs to see. See podiatrist for properly diagnose and treat, could many things, including ulcer, abcess/infection or soft tissue growth. Was any trauma involved? Read more...
Bleeding Uncontrol. You definitely need to go to an er where they will clean up the wound, assess for deeper problems (?Mri), and put a coagulant on it like prothrombin powder. Read more...

I have a mole on my back that has started bleeding on its own, it's now formed what looks like a blood blister over it, could it be cancer?

Go to see derm. You should go to see a dermaologist and have that mole removed. Bleeding on the mole by itself would be one of the symptoms of cancerous mole. Make an appointment as soon as possible and have that mole checked and removed. Don't delay. Good luck. Read more...

I had what looked like a hard pimple on the bottom of my foot that I popped and now it wont stop bleeding. Is this a blood blister? What should I do?

Unlikely. you may have disrupted a blood vessel close to the skin or it's possible that you have infection or less likely malignancy. melanoma can occur on the sole of foot and be full of blood vessels so unless it looks like it's going away and no longer bleeding, see a dermatologist. Read more...

May have knocked blood blister on man and little bleeding cuts on hands what's the chances I will get hep c or hiv?

Not likely. It is unlikely to get hepatitis c or HIV from brief exposure to blood. Of course it is impossible to get hep c or HIV from a man that does not have the virus in the first place. Hopefully you know this man and can ask him if he has hepatitis or not. Hepatitis b is much more contagious, and there is a vaccine for this, so see your doctor and make sure you are immunized! Read more...