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Stacy Wiegman, PharmD, Pharmacy, answeredWounds on the face, head and mouth tend to bleed the most because there are many blood vessels in that area. You can help stop the bleeding by applying firm pressure on the cut with a cloth for 20 to 30 minutes. If the bleeding persists, get medical assistance.
Because your head has a higher number of blood vessels than other parts of your body, wounds or cuts on the face or the head tend to bleed more. If a head cut or wound bleeds a great deal, it’s important to say calm. Apply a steady pressure to the wound for approximately 10-15 minutes. If the bleeding persists, seek medical attention.