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Originally Posted by wendy1221
Oh, I also should add that a bleeding disorder runs in my family. I've never been tested, but my bleeding an abnormal amount of time could be an indicator that I have it (can't be tested while nursing or pregnant or I'd have been tested when I found out. M dad always told me that only boys could get his disorder, but that's not true. Sure explains my sisters' problems w/ nosebleeds and heavy periods!) I think that's why my mw suggested shepherd's purse in my case. She usually just has women take alfalfa and chlorophyll. I took those, too. So maybe SP isn't for everyne. But I didn't experience what Pamela described. Purely anecdotal.
Originally Posted by Satori
The only genetic bleeding disorder thats specific to men is hemophilia and you would know if he had it because they need lots of blood products and such. A lot of hemophiliacs where infected with HIV in the early 80's before we started screening the blood supply. Anyway, women can not get hemophilia.
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