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A:Blood-clotting problems can be caused by a rare genetic disease called hemophilia. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-a-blood-clot-deficiency-called ]
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What is a blood clot deficiency called
Blood-clotting problems can be caused by a rare genetic disease called hemophilia. ChaCha on!
How does copper deficiency impact blood clotting
Copper deficiency increases the activity of factor VIII, increasing susceptibility to development of abnormal blood clots. Role of copper in the nervous system and brain activity . Copper is required for various structures of the brain, par…
What vitamin deficiencies are common in those who do not clot wel…?
Vitamin K deficiency causes problems in clotting. Green leafy vegetables and alfalfa are the richest sources. Vitamni K is fat soluble but there is an artificial one that is water soluble that is available for therapy. In adults intestinal …

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A: what an amazing story!! It’s so sad that people are struggling like that while we got it all!
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A: HeyI had a stillbirth at 34 weeks, 12th dec 08.We get the postmortem results back 3rd feb, so not long now.I am sorry to hear of your loss, if u ever need a chat message me xx
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