How to stop bleeding
Even with careful treatment, bleeding is sometimes hard to control and avoid. If you are injured or if you recognize any of the symptoms of an internal bleeding, the most important thing is to inform your parents or any adult next to you immediately. For example, if you are at school, you should tell your teacher, or if you are at a friend's house, you could inform their parents or call your own parents.
Remember: It is important to describe symptoms clearly to get an accurate diagnosis (that is, you feel something 'tickling' in your joint or you feel that the area is swollen, hot and painful).
Once an injury happens, you should also report the time of the injury and what exactly happened. (did you fall and hit your leg? did someone accidentally push you? did you cut yourself with the scissors?)