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Herbal Treatment For Blood Clotting

Blood clotting disorder, also known as a hypercoagulable disorder or thrombophilia often develop when the blood can’t clot properly. In this process, blood changes from a liquid to a solid. When you’re injured, your blood normally begins to clot to prevent a massive loss of blood. Sometimes, certain conditions prevent blood from clotting properly, which can result in heavy or prolonged bleeding.

The majority of bleeding disorders are inherited, which means they’re passed from a parent to their child. However, some disorders may develop as a result of other medical conditions, such as liver disease.

Types Of Blood Clots


There are two main types of clots:

  •  Thrombus: Blood clots can be stationary. That means they don’t move. But they can block blood flow. Doctors call this type of clot a thrombosis.
  •  Embolus: Blood clots can also break loose. Doctors call these embolisms. They’re dangerous because they can travel to other parts of the body

Clots are also classified by where they form.

  •  Arterial Clot: These form in your arteries -- the blood vessels that carry blood away from your heart. Arterial clots block blood and oxygen from reaching your vital organs. They can lead to tissue damage.
  •  Venous Clot: These form in your veins. They tend to develop slowly. That’s why you might not know you have one until it causes problems.

Causes Of Blood Clotting


Bleeding disorders often develop when the blood can’t clot properly. For blood to clot, your body needs blood proteins called clotting factors and blood cells called platelets. Normally, platelets clump together to form a plug at the site of a damaged or injured blood vessel. The clotting factors then come together to form a fibrin clot. This keeps the platelets in place and prevents blood from flowing out of the blood vessel.

Bleeding disorders may also be caused by:

  •  A vitamin K deficiency
  •  A low red blood cell count
  •  Side effects from certain medications
  •  Medications that can interfere with the clotting of the blood are called anticoagulants.

Symptoms Of Blood Clotting


The symptoms can vary depending on the specific type of bleeding disorder. However, the main signs include:

  •  Painful, swollen, inflamed skin over the affected vein
  •  Unexplained and easy bruising
  •  A vein that feels hard or painfully tender to the touch
  •  Red skin over the affected vein
  •  Heavy menstrual bleeding
  •  Bleeding into joints
  •  Frequent nosebleeds
  •  Excessive bleeding from small cuts or an injury

Risk Factors Of Blood Clotting


You may have an increased risk for bleeding disorders because of your age, family history and genetics, other medical conditions and medicines, and your sex.

  •  Age: Bleeding disorders can happen at any age. However, newborns are more likely than adults to develop vitamin K deficiency bleeding. Acquired hemophilia A is more common among older people.
  •  Family history and genetics: Bleeding disorders may run in families. You are at an increased risk of having a bleeding disorder if one or both of your parents have the disease.
  •  Sex: Hemophilia is much more common in men than in women. However, women are at increased risk for bleeding disorders, such as acquired hemophilia, during and after pregnancy.

Herbal Remedies for Blood Clotting


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