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Coagulation disorders and the gynecologist.

Menorrhagia in patients with untreated bleeding disorders.

  • Patients experience a reduced quality of life and
    incur a high rate of gynecological interventions.
  • Management requires consideration of the
    patient’s age, childbearing status and treatment
    preference.
  • Patients are more likely to be symptomatic from
    gynecological problems associated with
    bleeding.14
  • Bleeding complications may arise during
    menstruation and childbirth.

Pregnancy

  • Pregnant women with bleeding disorders require
    specialized and individualized care, and in particular the following:14
    - Prenatal diagnosis and antenatal care.
    - Intrapartum/postpartum care.
If you suspect a coagulation disorder, investigate the patient’s bleeding history.


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