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What do I do to help stop bleeds that don't need a factor?
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
In brief: You have hemophilia?
If you do, this is the wrong place to be getting your advice -- you need to be under the care of a hematologist and i trust you already are.
If you do not, this is a poor place to get homework help or advice on how to manage a sick child in your family. And this isn't a question that can be answered in 400 characters, or 4000.

In brief: You have hemophilia?
If you do, this is the wrong place to be getting your advice -- you need to be under the care of a hematologist and i trust you already are.
If you do not, this is a poor place to get homework help or advice on how to manage a sick child in your family. And this isn't a question that can be answered in 400 characters, or 4000.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Thank
In brief: Incomplete question
This needs more information.
Blood clotting factors are quite complex and there are many factors involved in a cascading flow from one stage in clotting to the next. Therefore, if you don't have a certain factor, you may have prolonged or dysfunctional bleeding.

In brief: Incomplete question
This needs more information.
Blood clotting factors are quite complex and there are many factors involved in a cascading flow from one stage in clotting to the next. Therefore, if you don't have a certain factor, you may have prolonged or dysfunctional bleeding.
Dr. Lester Thompson
Dr. Lester Thompson
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