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How will bleeding disorders affect other parts of my body?

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Dr. Bernard Bernhardt
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: 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 and break a leg, you can bleed a lot from the broken leg. If you fall and bang your head, you may bleed into your head. If you take Aspirin you may bleed into your bowels. If your bleeding disorder is mild, you may not bleed at all.

In brief: 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 and break a leg, you can bleed a lot from the broken leg. If you fall and bang your head, you may bleed into your head. If you take Aspirin you may bleed into your bowels. If your bleeding disorder is mild, you may not bleed at all.
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