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Does having heavy menstrual bleeding make me more likely to have a brain bleed?

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Dr. Robert Spetzler
Neurosurgery
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In brief: No

No, heavy menstrual bleeding does not mean that you are more likely to have a brain bleed.
Some people have disorders that prevent them from forming clots. These people can have heavier menses and if they have a brain bleed, they may be at risk for larger bleeds and worse outcomes.

In brief: No

No, heavy menstrual bleeding does not mean that you are more likely to have a brain bleed.
Some people have disorders that prevent them from forming clots. These people can have heavier menses and if they have a brain bleed, they may be at risk for larger bleeds and worse outcomes.
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Dr. Soren Singel
Neurosurgery

In brief: Not likely

This constellation has not been reported.

In brief: Not likely

This constellation has not been reported.
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