Basal cell carcinoma's are tricky. Sometimes, they maintain their size on the surface and grow underneath. Such was the case with my first skin cancer. It was a BCC on the nose. I ignored it. It bled, healed and bled again for several months. By the time I went in for a MOHS procedure, it appeared to be around a quarter of an inch on the top. It was much larger in actuality. It had gone into the bone. My story may be exceptional, but the BCC left approximately a half inch by half inch hole which burrowed all the way through the tip of my nose. A hatchet skin flap was used to repair the damage. I was pregnant at the time and it didn't heal properly. Unfortunately, I had to go to an ENT for reconstruction because the other side of my nose collapsed. Now, I think it's best to be on the safe side. If it bleeds, have it checked out. Since my first skin cancer, I'v had a squamous cell carcinoma on my scalp and many AK's. Fortunately, I now know what most skin cancer's look like and detect them long before they have the chance to do that kind of damage.
Even if it's little, it's best to get it looked at. Good luck. I hope you like your dermatologist and everything is well.