I don't know if this is the right place to post this question, but I have a question about a bleeding blood blister on my labia. I had it since giving birth to my 2nd son 2 years ago. Doctors said that it was harmless. Last night I was shaving down there and I hit it without knowing that I did it. I also have my period so as I was in the shower I started bleeding a lot. I just thought wow, I got my period bad. I went to bed last night with a tampon in and a pad. I woke up with the pad filled with blood, but the tampon was hardly even used. So than I remembered that I shaved the night before and wondered if I cut myself so I got a mirror to look and noticed that I must have shaved the blood blister and it was bleeding badly. I put pressure on it and sat down and about an hour later noticed that it stopped bleeding. I than started walking around cleaning my house. I went to the bathroom to make sure that it still had stopped, but low and behold it is bleeding badly again. I just called the doctor and I am waiting for a call back. Has this happened to anyone? Will it stop bleeding?
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