Medications that may be used to treat a hemorrhaging disorder include Desmopressin (DDAVP) and antifibrinolytic medicines. DDAVP is a manufactured hormone that may encourage the natural production of clotting factors in the blood. Antifibrinolytic medicines may stop blood clots from breaking down.
Myron E. Bednar, MD
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- Do medications treat hemorrhaging disorders?
Does smoking increase your risk of blood clots?
Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredSmoking is only one of the factors that can increase the likelihood of blood clots. Watch this animation for more information on risk factors.
Can I live a normal life with a hemorrhaging disorder?
With the exceptions of having regular treatment and taking precautions, you can live an active, normal life with a hemorrhaging disorder. Replacement therapy is a preventive measure that when taken regularly can assist those with hemorrhaging disorders to avoid serious symptoms. People with hemorrhaging disorders can be active with the proper precautions, such as traveling with medications and equipment needed to administer treatment.
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