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What is the average bleeding time after you lose your virginity?

What is the average bleeding time after you lose your virginity?

Usually only few min: Stops very soon unless you have an unusual tear. ...Read more

Bleeding Time (Definition)

Bleeding time is a medical test done on someone to assess their platelet function a blood pressure cuff is inflated around your upper arm. While the cuff is on your arm, the health care provider makes two small cuts on the lower arm. They are just deep enough to cause a tiny amount of bleeding. The health care provider records the time it takes for the ...Read more


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Does it hurt to get a bleeding time done?

Does it hurt to get a bleeding time done?

Yes: A standard cut is made in the skin to assess bleeding time. However, this is an outdated test and same information can be gained from usual blood draw specimens. ...Read more

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What type of disorders can you have that affect your platlets and bleeding time?

What type of disorders can you have that affect your platlets and bleeding time?

Blood disorder: The sickle cell disorder of the blood is genetic. Those with it do not have normal hemoglobin in the red blood cells and cannot carry as much oxygen in the blood stream. There are clinicsin most children's hospitals to diagnose, treat, and guide the patient and his/her family to decrease life threatening events. Frequent blood trasfusion as well as erythropitin keep blood cells closer to normal.G. ...Read more

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Blood coagulation status require bleeding time?

Blood coagulation status require bleeding time?

Risk of bleeding: Bleeding time is no longer used as it is a poor predictor of bleeding risk, clotting time is too crude a test, prothrombin time tests the status of one branch of the coagulation pathway. Usually pt and PTT and platelet count are used as screening tests to assess risk of abnormal bleeding. ...Read more

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Why bleeding time is shorter than clotting time?

Platelets: The old clotting time tests only the coagulation factors, which tend to act more slowly. The bleeding time tests platelets, your circulating band-aids, which are there for small nicks. Reference ranges differ but results in individual patients depend on what's going on. ...Read more

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Why bleeding time is smaller than clotting time ?

Why bleeding time is smaller than clotting time ?

Bleeding & Clotting : The tests measure different aspects of your blood homeostatic system. The bleeding time measures the ability to form a platelet plug, which is usually fast. No clot has formed yet. The clotting times measure different "arms" of your clotting cascade - times to actually form a clot, and that takes longer than the primary platelet plug i referred to previously. ...Read more

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Waht is the effect of bleeding time during fever?

Waht is the effect of bleeding time during fever?

Increased bleeding: Fever does cause an increase in bleeding time. The higher the temperature the longer the bleeding time relatively. Taking aspirin for the fever would also increase the bleeding time ...Read more

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What bleeding time in patient with hemophilia is normal?

What bleeding time in patient with hemophilia is normal?

It is normal: The test called "bleeding time" is normal in patients with hemophilia. This is because stopping bleeding from a small cut does not depend on factor 8 or factor 9 that is missing in patients with hemophilia a, or in hemophilia b respectively. Major determinating factors for bleeding are platelet numner, platelet function, and supporting connective tissue structure. ...Read more

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If patient has less blood , what is effect in bleeding time?

If patient has less blood , what is effect in bleeding time?

Probably none: Bleeding time is a measure of how long it takes to form a clot to stop the bleeding from a precise test incision. The blood volume is not a factor. The platelet function and clotting cascade are the operative factors. ...Read more

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Bleeding (Definition)

Bleeding is a term describing the loss of blood. It can occur inside the body due to damage to blood vessels or organs or outside the body during menstruation or when there is a ...Read more