What are bleeding disorders? How do you diagnose and treat them? Can there be any complications? Find out more about them here.

Haemophilia Haemophilia
Haemophilia is an inherited blood clotting disorder in which one or more of the clotting proteins, or more commonly known as clotting factors, are missing or do not work properly.
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Von Willebrand disease Von Willebrand disease
It is estimated that up to 1% of the world’s population suffers from Von Willebrand disease, but because many people have only very mild symptoms, only a small number of them know they have it.
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Rare bleeding disorders Rare bleeding disorders
Rare clotting factor deficiencies are bleeding disorders caused by either a low level of one or more of the other factors or a protein that doesn’t work properly.
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Inherited platelet disorders Inherited platelet disorders
There are many different types of inherited platelet disorders which affect the formation of blood clots and the repair of damaged blood vessels.
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Acquired bleeding disorders Acquired bleeding disorders
Acquired haemophilia is a very rare condition, occurring in only 1-2 people in a million. It can affect males and females.
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