- 1 bleeding
- 2 causes bleeding 2.1 diseases and medical conditions 2.2 Pharmaceutical treatments 2.3 Other reasons for bleeding
- 2.1 diseases and medical conditions
- 2.2 Pharmaceutical treatments
- 2.3 Other reasons for bleeding
- 3 References
Bleeding (known in English: Bleeding) that the loss of blood both inside and outside the body or, it may occur in any area of the body, and is bleeding internally when blood leaking through the blood vessels or damaged organs. When the blood out of the wound in the skin, or through a natural opening in the body; Calfm, or vagina, or rectum, or the nose is bleeding externally, are bruises bleeding under the skin. Some cases may be bleeding Kinsev gastrointestinal tract, Ooalenzev vaginal, or blood facilities cough symptoms of other diseases, and it should be noted that some cases of bleeding may cause issues when infected; As some strokes (in English: Strokes) are caused by bleeding in the brain.  
Bleeding is a common offer, and multiple causes and conditions that can cause bleeding, and in the following is a statement that. 
Diseases and medical conditions
Diseases and health conditions that are likely to occur bleeding of the injured include:
- Lack of blood platelets: blood from several types of cells that float in liquid called plasma is composed, including blood cells: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. And when a wound in the skin collects platelets together a problem thrombus to stop the bleeding, so in the case of low platelet count (in English: Thrombocytopenia), can not be the body to form clots, bleeding shall continue. Platelet deficiency may result due to some diseases Kvqr aplastic blood (in English: Aplastic anemia), and vitamin B12 deficiency, and folate deficiency (in English: Folic acid) iron, infection Oz HIV, and exposure to radiation or toxic chemicals, cirrhosis, and other . 
- Lack of clotting factors: The clotting proteins factors are helping blood to clot, so it causes a lack of one Kaml seventh (in English: Factor VII) or X Factor (in English: Factor X) occurrence of excessive bleeding or bleeding for long periods after exposure to injury or undergo surgery for what. The shortage occurs in the clotting factors as a result of the body not enough of them, or because of overlapping diseases or drugs in its production.  
- Hemophilia: The Hemophilia (in English: Hemophilia) disorder genetically rarely, and is not the blood's ability to clot naturally to the lack of adequate coagulation factors (in English: Clotting factors), so the patient may bleed for a longer time after an injury, and a concern if caused by bleeding within the body, especially in the knees, ankles, and elbows; As internal bleeding damage and damage to the members and tissues may occur, and may be life-threatening. 
- Threatened abortion: abortion can be defined as threatened (in English: Threatened Abortion) as the occurrence of vaginal bleeding in the first twenty weeks of pregnancy, and exposed about 20 to 30 percent of women so; However, 50% of these women completing their pregnancy until delivery. Usually the main cause of exposure to abortion is threatened is not well known, but it is more common in women who have experienced abortion previously, it should be noted that the bleeding can usually be accompanied by cramps in the abdomen, and thus a potential abortion. 
- Uterine bleeding Allatmta: uterine bleeding is considered when a woman does not Tmthia (in English: Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding) when it occurs outside of the normal menstrual cycle, usually occurs during puberty and at menopause, and at any time it breaks down the balance of hormones in the female. The medical conditions that cause uterine bleeding abnormal PCOS (in English: Polycystic ovary syndrome), and endometriotic (in English: Endometriosis), and uterine polyps (in English: Uterine polyps), and some sexually transmitted diseases. 
- Bleeding varices esophageal: when there is a lack of blood flow to the liver as a result of a blockage of what, blood accumulates in the blood vessels nearby, including the veins of the esophagus, and to absorb the amount of blood flowing it expands and expands, and called these veins swollen varicose esophagus, when exposed to the rupture of the so-called bleeding occurs Varicose esophageus (in English: bleeding esophageal varices), was accompanied by bleeding symptoms appear on the person's bloody Kaltakia (in English: Hematemesis), stomach pain, black stools, or bloody stool in severe cases, shock (in English: shock) that express low pressure blood is the result of excessive blood loss. 
- Peptic ulcers: the sores that form in the lining of the stomach, or the bottom of the esophagus or the small intestine, usually occur as a result of inflammation caused by the bacterium stomach (in English: Helicobacter pylori), as well as corrosion caused by stomach acids, have been caused by other factors such as smoking, drinking a lot of alcohol, and radiation therapy, cancer of the stomach, and others, and not to undergo proper treatment may be exposed to the infected peptic ulcer complications, including internal bleeding. 
- Ulcerative colitis: which is one of inflammatory bowel disease, occurs as a result of inflammation of the large intestine and rectum, causing small ulcers on the lining of the colon may cause the occurrence of bleeding, usually begins in the rectum and spreads upwards, and can affect the entire colon. Symptoms of colitis abdominal pain, increased abdominal sounds, bloody stools, diarrhea, rectal pain, weight loss, and malnutrition. 
- Other medical conditions: acute bronchitis sore, hemorrhoids, very low body temperature. 
Of drugs that may cause bleeding following: 
- Blood thinners: such as aspirin (in English: Aspirin), and Klopadgrel (in English: Clopidogrel), and warfarin (in English: Warfarin).
- Some depression drugs: such as citalopram (in English: Citalopram), and escitalopram (in English: Escitalopram), and fluoxetine (in English: Fluoxetine), and fluvoxamine (in English: Fluvoxamine), and paroxetine (in English: Paroxetine), and sertraline (in English: Sertraline).
- Some medications wretchedness: like diclofenac (in English: Diclofenac), and ibuprofen (in English: Ibuprofen), and indomethacin (in English: Indomethacin), and ketoprofen (in English: Ketoprofen), and meloxicam (in English: Meloxicam), and naproxen (in English: Naproxen).
- Herbal preparations: such as ginkgo dicotyledon (in English: Ginkgo biloba), and garlic when eaten in large quantities, fresh ginger, ginseng Asian (English: Asian Ginseng), and palmetto Almnchara (in English: Saw Palmetto), willow (in English: Willow).
Other reasons for bleeding
Other causes of bleeding include: 
- Exposure to injuries when using sharp tools; Chalskakin and needles.
- Animal bites and stings.
- Exposure to fractures.
- ↑ "Bleeding", medlineplus.gov, Retrieved 30-12-2017. Edited.
- ^ أ ب ت ث "What Causes Hemorrhage?", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 31-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ "Low Platelet Count (Thrombocytopenia", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 31-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ "Factor VII Deficiency", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Factor X Deficiency", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Hemophilia", www.mayoclinic.org, Retrieved 31-12-2017. Edited.
- ↑ "Threatened Abortion (Threatened Miscarriage)", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "What Causes Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding?", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Bleeding Esophageal Varices", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Peptic Ulcer", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Ulcerative Colitis", www.healthline.com, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Drugs that can cause bleeding", www.wfh.org, Retrieved 1-1-2018. Edited.
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