The information for this post has been taken from: http://stepsforliving.hemophilia.org/basics-of-bleeding-disorders/identifying-types-of-bleeds Hemophilia may be diagnosed early after birth, or sometimes it may not be diagnosed until later in life when more obvious signs or symptoms appear. One of the earliest signs of hemophilia is more than normal bleeding following circumcision. Or, it may first be recognized during
Using simple exercises to build muscle, burn calories By: Matt McMillen This article initially appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of Hemoware. Skip the gym, now you can exercise the do-it-yourself way at home using bodyweight exercises. Bodyweight exercises, which include pushups and situps, build muscle, burn calories and boost your heart health. Plus, your
1.) People with bleeding disorders do not bleed any more than those without bleeding disorders; they just bleed longer because their bodies are missing the necessary elements to form a clot. A simple cut will not cause a person with a bleeding disorder to bleed to death. 2.) People with bleeding disorders are just like
This article was originally published in the February 2014 issue of Hemaware. Exercise and Menstrual Cramps How physical activity can ease pain By: Sarah Aldridge Heating pad. Salt and vinegar potato chips. TV remote control. These creature comforts help many women get through that time of the month while they’re curled up on the couch.