What disease is associated with coagulation?

Author: Succeeder    

Abnormal coagulation function is common in diseases such as menstrual disorders, anemia, and vitamin K deficiency.
This disease refers to the situation where the endogenous and exogenous coagulation pathways in the human body are disrupted due to various reasons.
1. Menstrual disorders
Usually during menstruation, vaginal bleeding may occur due to the shedding of the endometrium. But if the coagulation function is abnormal, the blood may not clot in time after the endometrium falls off, which can cause an increase in menstrual bleeding and continuous blood flow. You can follow the doctor's advice to take medication such as Yimu Grass Granules and Xiaoyao Pills for regulation, which can have the effect of promoting blood circulation and regulating menstruation.
2. Anemia
If one accidentally suffers from external trauma, massive bleeding, and abnormal coagulation function, it may affect the coagulation of blood, leading to the inability of blood to stop in a timely manner and eventually leading to anemia. You can follow the doctor's advice to take drugs such as ferrous sulfate tablets and ferrous succinate tablets to supplement hematopoietic raw materials.
3. Vitamin K deficiency
Usually, vitamin K can participate in the synthesis of some coagulation factors. If the body lacks vitamin K, it may lead to a decrease in coagulation function, resulting in coagulation dysfunction. It is recommended to consume vegetables rich in vitamin K in daily life, such as cabbage, lettuce, spinach, etc.
In addition, it may also be related to diseases such as hemophilia. If the condition is severe, it is necessary to seek medical treatment in a timely manner to avoid delaying the condition.