Women's Bleeding Disorders

Women's Bleeding Disorders

Women often go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed when it comes to inheritable blood and bleeding disorders. Learn the symptoms and signs.

If you feel inexplicably tired, weak or dizzy, or experience headaches or nausea, you may have anemia.
Websites providing the knowledge and assistance necessary to improve care.
Self-advocacy and a support team are necessary for pregnant people with bleeding disorders.
A healthy pregnancy is possible with coordination between women and their healthcare team
Learn about the “lasagna method” and other tips.
Why type 3 isn’t the only severe form, plus two more facts about VWD that may surprise you.
Specialty clinics aim to improve reproductive—and overall—health for women with bleeding disorders.
Forums foster connections and help women become better self-advocates.
I was diagnosed with von Willebrand disease (VWD) three days after I was born, 25 years ago. A vitamin K...
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.
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