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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