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Blood blisters may form anywhere on the body, including the lips, due to small blood vessels becoming damaged, according to WebMD. Most blisters, including blood blisters, are easily treated at home or heal on their own. More »

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Injury to the lip generally causes blood blisters on the lip, states Lip Source. An injury may include pinched or bitten skin. Blood pools under the injured skin causing the blood blister. More »

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Anti-viral medicine helps treat blisters on the lips, which are most often cold sores. The medicines work well when patients take them once they feel a blister coming on, MedlinePlus says. More »

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Blood blisters typically heal on their own over time, explains WebMD. Individuals with blood blisters should apply a loose bandage to the affected area. Blood blisters that are painful and large may need to be drained wi... More »

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Anti-viral medicine helps treat blisters on the lips, which are most often cold sores. The medicines work well when patients take them once they feel a blister coming on, MedlinePlus says. More »

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Bullous pemphigoid is a potentially life-threatening condition that causes large fluid-filled blisters to form on parts of the body such as the lower abdomen, armpits or upper thighs, according to Mayo Clinic. The condit... More »

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Blood blisters should be left alone and be allowed to heal on their own unless it is too large and painful, in which case it would be better to drain it with care. A blister should not be drained if the person has HIV, ... More »

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