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Re-opened wounds

Perhaps a slightly odd question, it's just something I don't want to mess up, and I'm not sure of the answer, or if there even is a concrete one.

If someone was to fall asleep with an open wound that was bleeding (not heavy enough to threaten her life or anything, but significantly), and the wound was touching the sheets, would the sheets stick to the wound the next morning, and consequently restart the bleeding if said character got up quickly without thinking about it? Basically, would the scab rip off in that situation? I've never tried it, I've just had bad band-aid experiences, which is why I thought of this.
Tags: ~medicine: injuries (misc)
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