I would like to add to the disscusion where Alan Rockoff, MD - dermatology, replied.
I am a 52 and have had reacuring blood blisters on the labia major since the first one in 2003.
Recently I noticed that I now have several of these blood blisters on the labia major and was alarmed.
Today I went to my GP and he took biopsys of these blood blisters.
I am awaiting the results but he feels they are connected to the veins/capilaries.
He told me he feels this is Hemangioma and he will cauterize a few at a time. He said we will only do a few at time because it can be painful.
I thought this should be known by others that have blood blisters on the labia major.
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