Blood Blister on Vagina

Blisters and pimples on the genitals are common.

A blood blister is usually due to some infection, it may be herpes or any other STD. So, they require examination by a doctor.

Causes of Blisters Beside Herpes

In girls who are not sexually active, a clogged sebaceous gland (or a pimple) may get filled with blood to form a blister.

This may occur due to:

  • Friction, from clothes or movements
  • Improper clothing
  • Stress or poor nutrition
  • Poor hygiene

Management

  • Firstly, wear loose clothing down there. Let your under clothing be of cotton fabric.
  • Avoid friction over the blister as far as possible.
  • Keep the area clean and dry. Clean it twice a day with plain water, no soaps.
  • Blisters usually subside on their own with time. If they become painful, apply mupirocin ointment over them.

Medical Advice (Q&As) on “Blood Blister on Vaginal Lips

  1. worried out my mind

    Hello, I noticed that I have a hard bump on the inside lip of my vagina. It is not red it does not hurt or have a smell does not it itch. Some pus came out on its own. The bump is not opened. What could this be and how do I treat this.

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  2. Sarah

    I have a few red/ purple blister like lumps on the inside lip of my vagina can you help please?

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  3. Kate

    I noticed a red blood blister on the inside lip of my vagina and it was kind of itchy and a little bit painful. After two days I noticed the middle started getting white, and now the whole thing is white and it is not pus. Is it infected? And it hurts pretty bad now. Especially to pee.

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    1. Buddy M.D. Post author

      Yes, this one appears infected. Try warm compress over it. This may help draining it. However, be gentle, do not force drainage.

      You may start using a topical antibiotic cream over it. Mupirocin/ bacitracin etc. may be used.

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  4. Syd

    Blood blisters on the outside of vagina on lips and a couple on inner part of lips. One broke last night and think dark red blood came out. I do have hsv1 and 2. I also did have surgery 2 weeks ago and noticed a lot of burning and itching after 24 hours i went home. Is this normal?

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  5. sara

    I have a very small bump on labia after I wore tight clothing. Was not painful or itchy, maybe a little tender when you press down very hard. Not tender anymore. It was tender for barely a day. Today I popped it and blood came out. no pain. bump has decreased a lot. almost flat now. i dont know what it is.

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  6. Polly

    Hi have what looks like a blood blister on the inner lip for several years now. I’ve had it looked at and my doctor said it was a blood mole? Lately it has gotten a little bigger and it popped. Now it will not stop bleeding. I’ve been tested and I’m clean so I am very confused on what this is.

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  7. Sarah

    Hi, I’ve been having excessive discharge the past 7 months and it tends to be yellowish color when seen on the panty liner. I was wondering what would that be? Bacterial vaginosis?
    Also, i was going to have my “first time” with my boyfriend, but as he was trying to penetrate, there was a sharp pain down there. Could that be related to the discharge? Because I’ve been seeing redness inside the entrance of my vagina. Thank you

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    1. Buddy M.D. Post author

      It’s an infection in your vaginal tract. Needs to be checked up. Appropriate antibiotics are required.

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  8. Buhlebendalo

    Good day
    I am a 19 tears old girl .
    I have realised that my left vaginal lip is swallowen , painful and also my vagina is itchy and on that very same lip blood comes out when I go to the toilet to urinate or do number 2 I will find blood also in the toilet wen I wipe myself it shows that the blood comes from the lip I haven’t seen any cut in it but I suspect there is because you will even find that the blood has clots
    I am just worried wat could be the cause and wat is wrong

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    1. Buddy M.D. Post author

      Are you sexually active? Let us know for diagnosis.

      Avoid washing the area with any soap or gel. Just clean it gently with water and start applying any emollient over it. This is to avoid dryness there.

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