- Q How does hemorrhaging affect the body?
Hemorrhaging caused by the disorders that prevent the formation of blood clots can affect the body in many ways. How the body is affected may depend on the type of disorder and the extent to which the body is able to form blood clots that stop bleeding.... Full Answer
- Q What is hemorrhaging?
Hemorrhaging, or excessive bleeding, occurs with a number of disorders that cause an inability to form blood clots. Hemorrhaging occurs when the blood is unable to form clots to stop bleeding after an injury to blood vessels. Hemorrhaging may occur from... Full Answer
- Q What causes hemorrhaging?
Hemorrhaging is caused by the blood's inability to form clots. Normally, when blood vessels are injured and bleed, the blood is able to react by having blood platelets stick together and form a clot that stops the bleeding. When blood platelets are... Full Answer
- Q Should I exercise if I have a hemorrhaging disorder?
Regular exercise may be beneficial if you have a hemorrhaging disorder. The joints may be particularly vulnerable to excessive bleeding. Non-contact activities such as walking or swimming can help to protect joints. Full Answer