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Women & Girls

ABDC is committed to supporting individuals who have or could menstruate with bleeding disorders (WGPPM). Our Clinic’s goal is to empower and support those with bleeding disorders through resources, education, and advocacy.

If you or someone you know is concerned about the risk of bleeding disorders, you can take the Better You Know survey developed by the National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF). This survey could help determine if you or someone you know is at risk for a bleeding disorder. For more information on the signs and symptoms of bleeding disorders, you can download the brochure "Could I Have a Bleeding Disorder?" from the Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders (FWGBD).

Signs and Symptoms of a Bleeding Disorders

• Heavy Menstrual bleeding lasting longer then 7 days
• Passing clots bigger than a grape
• Low iron or anemia
• Easy bruising
• Heavy bleeding from surgery, dental work or injury
• Bleeding gums
• Joint bleeds
• Family history of these symptoms

Resources and Education

If you have determined that you may have signs and symptoms of a bleeding disorder, it is important to set up an appointment with a health care provider. Community resources can help you feel more comfortable and assist you in receiving the proper diagnosis. Here are some resources to help get you started: