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    Blood blisters??
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    An_267793 posted:
    Hello, for the past 2-3 years, I have been getting what appear to be blood blisters on my Inner thighs. They appear, hurt, and then pop. When they pop, they secrete a lot blood. Is this bad? Please help!
     
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    atti_editor responded:
    Are these always there? After they pop do they come right back? The best thing to do is to see your doctor or a dermatologist. He/She will be able to determine if they are blood blisters or something else (and hopefully what is causing them to appear) after an in-person exam. Don't panic that it is something bad -- just get it checked out and you will feel so much better.


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