Cherry Angiomas or ‘Campbell de Morgan’ spots are harmless nuisance red blood blisters on your skin. They are very tough and only bleed if badly scratched. They might look unsightly or catchy on your clothes, etc…
Cherry Angiomas will not disappear by themselves. With the right tools they can be removed simply and easily.
Cancer ? No no no We don’t zap cancer ! We will examine all your red cherries before zapping them with laser !
Other abnormal blood blister defects we commonly treat with ease are: Venous lake to lip, cherries anywhere on the body, scrotal and labial angiomas otherwise known as angiokeratoma.
Venous lakes of the lip are dark blue-to-violaceous compressible papules or bumps caused by dilation of veins under the skin of your lip. They can be squashed flat and have high attraction for sun-exposed skin. They tend to come out when you are older.
Most people would seek treatment when their lip stick can no longer hide their blueberry or that the lump is so big that it interferes with eating etc…
Treatment is easy but expect some ulceration before invisibility. You can read more here on USA Library of medicine
Scrotal or Labial blood blisters
Scrotal blood blisters or angiomas or angiokeratomas are very common. When grown in abundance they can be disfiguring. They are easy to treat. If you are super unlucky you might have late onset Fabre disease.