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How do you drain a blood blister?

Take a very sharp pin and sterilize it in scalding hot water! Put it through the skin at the bottom of the blood blister and!More?? Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Celeste Reply:

    How to Drain a Blood Blister. Part of the series: Family Health. Drain a blood blister by using a paper clip, soap and water, alcohol and a candle flame to treat the Source:http://www.ehow.com/video_4989588_drain-blood-blister.html

  2. Domenica Reply:

    Take a very sharp pin and sterilize it in scalding hot water. Put it through the skin at the bottom of the blood blister and.More?

  3. Cinthia Reply:

    A blood blister happens when you have pinched the skin hard, creating a pocket that pools with blood. This pocket forms between the subdermal tissue and the blood vessels. Look here for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_b... Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/what_is_a_blood_blister

  4. Christine Reply:

    Blood blisters are regular blisters that are filled with blood rather then the clear puss and liquid they are generally. The blood usually comes into the blister because it is pinched. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_blood_blisters

  5. Lyndsey Reply:

    Blood blisters are filled with blood instead of the usual clear fluid that is typically seen in blisters. They are more severe than regular blisters as the blood vessels have ruptured. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_are_blood_blisters

  6. Larue Reply:

    My canary has (thumb size) blood blister on breast. I want to open holes dry up? Birdstore expert said leave alone with needle to drain and, and hopefully would dry up and fal

  7. Eura Reply:

    Yes, blood will eventually get reabsorbed by the body!How fast that happens depends on the size of the blood collection (ie! your blister)! If its big, it would take a long time for the reabsorption to take place!However, you shouldnt try to poke a hole to drain it now, since the blood is no longer in the liquid form (and thus wont drain)! Making a hole would simply increase the risk of infection — which you definitely dont want!

  8. Katherin Reply:

    This page is closed to edits. Unfollow. follow. [report abuse]. Can you answer this question? Draining Boil and Blood Blister on Finger could it be staph?

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