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A blood blister that results from a pinch is an accumulation of blood as a result of trauma to the skin. It is best NOT to pop a blood blister as...
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As much as I would like to address your question, it would not be possible for me to comment since I have no way of seeing this skin lesion first...
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I went to school for dental assisting, and what it sounds like is a blood blister. I don't know all your symptoms but that's usually what...
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Hi, If this erection has been going on and you still have it, then get to an ER ASAPThen blood needs to be released ASAPGood Luck
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Hi If you google this bit, blood like blisters above my vagina, you will find that you not alone, its not an STD, I don't think there from...
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It sounds like this may have happened when they removed the tape. It should go away after a few days. If it doesn't, let your doctor know.
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Well, I don't know. But I am sorry you're going through this.The only way to discover what these mystery lesions are is through a physical...
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Pustular psoriasis is a form of psoriasis that most commonly occurs on the hands and feet. It is not infectious and not contagious. One of the best...