Health Tip: Recognizing a Bleeding Disorder12/02/10
(HealthDay News) -- A bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia,
makes it difficult for a person to stop bleeding.
How do you know if you have one? The womenshealth.gov Web site
mentions these possible symptoms of a bleeding disorder:
- Having very heavy bleeding during menstruation.
- Developing a big bruise from a minor injury.
- Bleeding excessively or for a long time.
- Having difficulty stopping a nosebleed.
- Being anemic.
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