Women's Bleeding Disorders

Women's Bleeding Disorders

For a long time, it was thought that bleeding disorders occurred almost exclusively in men. Thanks to an increasing awareness...
NHF's new series of webinars to educate physicians who may not be familiar with women's bleeding disorders.
Careful monitoring and prompt treatment are essential.
Having a bleeding disorder means you need to pay closer attention to your lifestyle and self-care as you grow older...
Joint pain is a symptom many women experience that may be underreported and left untreated.
Helping women seek proper diagnosis, treatment and care for their symptoms.
Symptoms of a bleeding disorder can feel frightening and isolating. The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) intends to change that experience...
A glass-walled office offers no privacy when you’re hunched over a trash can with a nosebleed. So says Michelle Cecil...
As many as 2 million American women have bleeding disorders and do not know it, according to the Office on...
Although they outnumber people with hemophilia by a large margin, those with von Willebrand disease (VWD) feel practically invisible at...
For six months during 2014, representatives of 14 NHF chapters from across the country gathered virtually once a month to...
Pregnant women, young children, women with heavy periods and people with bleeding disorders have at least one thing in common—they...
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