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Depends on the cause: It depends greatly on the cause. Some do not need to be treated for the most part unless you are having surgery. The important thing is to find out ... Read More

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Dr. John Weeks
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Blood tests: Common bleeding disorders can be diagnosed with a panel of blood tests checking platelets, prothrombin time, and partial thromboplastin time. There ar ... Read More
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Dr. Francine Yep
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Depends: Good question. Treatment depends on which bleeding disorder. Some require lots of treatment. Others need monitoring and avoiding medications like aspi ... Read More
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Dr. Frank Mayo
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Yes: There are many coagulation disorders including von wiiebrand disease, hemophilia and rare other coagulation disorders. Some drugs including anticoagu ... Read More
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Dr. Katherine Sutherland
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Blood tests: One may be suspicious due to bleeding with brushing your teeth or after blood draws, easy bruising, or red spots on the skin. Family history, heavy p ... Read More
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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
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Sure.: Hemophilia a. Hemophilia b. Von willebrand disease. Diffuse intravascular coagulation (dic) thrombocytopenia.
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
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Yes: If the tests ordered for a bleeding disorder were not accurate, they would not be ordered - makes no sense. The question, however, is which tests are ... Read More
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Dr. Ian Taras
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So many: There are so many different bleeding disorders they are too numerous to name. They mostly fall under the category of "thrombophilia.".
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Dr. Bernard Bernhardt
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Can bleed anywhere: Bleeding can occur in any part of your body, depending on how severe the bleeding is and whether or not there was an injury. For example, if you fall ... Read More
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Bleeding problems: To simplify- bleeding disorder is conditions where you would abnormaly bleed significantly without the presence of trauma or only with mild trauma. Th ... Read More

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