Blood Clotting Disorders are problems in the body’s ability to control how the blood clots. Normally, blood clots form during an injury to prevent bleeding. If you have a clotting disorder, your blood may not clot enough, which can lead to too much bleeding, or your blood may form clots even without an injury. Blood Clotting Disorders are sometimes called coagulation disorders or thrombophilias.
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