Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 015197/001.

Names and composition

"AMICAR" is the commercial name of a drug composed of AMINOCAPROIC ACID.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
015197/001 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID TABLET/ORAL 500MG
015197/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID TABLET/ORAL 1GM
015229/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
015230/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID SYRUP/ORAL 1.25GM per 5ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
015197/001 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID TABLET/ORAL 500MG
015197/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID TABLET/ORAL 1GM
015229/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
015230/002 AMICAR AMINOCAPROIC ACID SYRUP/ORAL 1.25GM per 5ML
018590/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML
070010/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID IN PLASTIC CONTAINER AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML
070522/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML
070694/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID Injectable/ Injection 250MG per ML
070888/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML
071192/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID INJECTABLE/INJECTION 250MG per ML
074759/001 AMINOCAPROIC ACID AMINOCAPROIC ACID SYRUP/ORAL 1.25GM per 5ML
075602/001 AMINOCAPROIC AMINOCAPROIC ACID TABLET/ORAL 500MG

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Answered questions

What does the drug AMICAR do? For example given to a patient who sustained eye trauma?
Is it Antibiotic, Paralyzes ciliary muscles, relaxes ocular tissues or stabilizes clot formation at the sight of hemorrhage? Asked by Tamiko Santellana 2 years ago.

it inhibits bleeding in the injured eye like if a blood clot dissolves that adds to the bleeding. the drug enhances hemostasis. Answered by Thu Traher 2 years ago.


What prescription pills will increase the likelihood of a stroke?
I'm a writer (not planning on using the info in real life!), and I want one of my characters with a history of strokes to be 'poisoned' with some kind of prescription pill that makes him have a life-ending stroke. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Asked by Lekisha Musgrave 2 years ago.

High dose Vitamin K, oral contraceptives, Amicar would cause thrombosis and a blood clot resulting in ischemic stroke. The other end of the spectrum is you can have the person die of a massive intracranial bleed if you were to administer them high dose warfarin, heparin, argatroban, or clopidogrel. Answered by Kasi Tomerlin 2 years ago.

answering your question is against medical ethics, no bad feeling pls Answered by Starla Cordovano 2 years ago.


What would the treatment be for this type of hemophilia??
6 year old boy,healthy(other than this).Severe hemophilia type APretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps himI know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do... Asked by Delbert Motola 2 years ago.

6 year old boy,healthy(other than this). Severe hemophilia type A Pretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps him I know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do if you had this case, please tell me. Also what doctors would have to be seen, what therapies would have to be done, and any other type of treatment you can tell me about!! Thanks! Answered by Chantell Armas 2 years ago.

Hello Hunter, Would depend on the bleed and how bad the bleed is. For mouth bleeds for example drugs such as Amicar or Cyklokapron may be used. These drugs help clots form in the mouth as is my understanding. However are usually used in the case of minor bleeds of the mouth or in an attempt to prevent a bleed into the mouth. I would guess unless there is an issue that pops up with inhibitors for a factor 8 would be treated with Xyntha or some other type recombinant factor 8. Giving a factor 8 or 9 for that matter with no history of inhibitors with human blood is sort of a no-no now. To much risk of disease through the use of human blood For doctors you can continue to see their normal pediatrician. For hemophilia they will need to see a hematologist. In short this is a person who treats blood disorders. For general health I would advise two very important items. Number one is overall fitness. The more a person is over weight the more pressure is put on the body's joints. For a person with hemophilia this means more bleeds. Keeping a 6 year old healthy is super important and more so with a 6 year old with hemophilia. The second is dental care. The average person should get about 2 check ups per year. I would suggest for a person with hemophilia four. It is much easier to catch a small cavity just starting then to need to put a crown on the tooth due to decay. This will help cut down on the use of factor. Their are a ton of other issues we could talk about. Home treatment or on demand treatment. How to talk to the school is he going to. Cost of treatment. How to weigh things such as a child wanting to play sports. Medical ID cards and bracelets. How to deal with other kids and their play and the list goes on. How to deal with ER doctors. How to find an HTC etc.. Why don't you contact to me and through e-mail and we can talk some. Answered by Jame Mcclodden 2 years ago.

haemophilia a is a caused by a lack of factor 8 which helps with blood clotting, so he may need injections of this. they try to avoid giving blood transfusions Answered by Galina Srey 2 years ago.


How Haemophilia is treated?
hi im finding it hard to find different ways of how haemophilia is treated (ALL A, B, C) I know that there is replacement of the VIII Proteins for Type A, but what else is out there? is there any cures? Asked by Theodora Parara 2 years ago.

I will answer for Hemophilia A, as that is the only one I have experience with. Treatments are as follows: replacement factor, blood transfusions (rarely used now, but perhaps more common in other countries). For mucousal bleeding, Aminocaproic acid (simply called Amicar) is used, alongside with replacement factor. As for a cure, I'll say no and yes. Technically, hemophilia can be cured through a liver transplant, but the risks involved in the surgery and the requirement for lifelong medications to prevent rejection of the new liver may outweigh the benefits - which is why it's never done. If you so happen to be a hemophiliac and need a liver transplant then that's the only way it would happen. Doctors/medics/researchers are aware, which is why research is done in this area, but not to that extreme... for example, transplanting liver cells, although THIS is still only in research phase. Answered by Yasmin Kortum 2 years ago.


I am bleeding from throat mainly from one side of my glands.?
Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that... Asked by Laci Hamel 2 years ago.

Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that one side of my throat. And the bad is I am also a hemophilia patient. I am scared and need to know what's going on . Can you please help? I just woke up out of my sleep and cough up a blood clot. It's I been bleeding for the last few hours . But I am drinking water though . Answered by Emory Carrel 2 years ago.

Have you consulted with your HTC? You should be infusing factor and also amicar (treats mucousal bleeding) or something similar. Answered by Lynnette Axsom 2 years ago.

Go to the hospital immediatly. If you have a problem with clotting in the first place and you dont know whats going on and you bleeding go now. Not trying to scare you but you should go because if its serious you wont get a good answer from here Answered by Leanne Forch 2 years ago.


What does the drug AMICAR do? For example given to a patient who sustained eye trauma?
Is it Antibiotic, Paralyzes ciliary muscles, relaxes ocular tissues or stabilizes clot formation at the sight of hemorrhage? Asked by Kathleen Comissiong 2 years ago.

it inhibits bleeding in the injured eye like if a blood clot dissolves that adds to the bleeding. the drug enhances hemostasis. Answered by Glen Grandberry 2 years ago.


What prescription pills will increase the likelihood of a stroke?
I'm a writer (not planning on using the info in real life!), and I want one of my characters with a history of strokes to be 'poisoned' with some kind of prescription pill that makes him have a life-ending stroke. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Asked by Charmain Sockey 2 years ago.

High dose Vitamin K, oral contraceptives, Amicar would cause thrombosis and a blood clot resulting in ischemic stroke. The other end of the spectrum is you can have the person die of a massive intracranial bleed if you were to administer them high dose warfarin, heparin, argatroban, or clopidogrel. Answered by Obdulia Boyter 2 years ago.

answering your question is against medical ethics, no bad feeling pls Answered by Francisca Behun 2 years ago.


What would the treatment be for this type of hemophilia??
6 year old boy,healthy(other than this).Severe hemophilia type APretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps himI know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do... Asked by Sheena Gildea 2 years ago.

6 year old boy,healthy(other than this). Severe hemophilia type A Pretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps him I know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do if you had this case, please tell me. Also what doctors would have to be seen, what therapies would have to be done, and any other type of treatment you can tell me about!! Thanks! Answered by Deborah Shelquist 2 years ago.

Hello Hunter, Would depend on the bleed and how bad the bleed is. For mouth bleeds for example drugs such as Amicar or Cyklokapron may be used. These drugs help clots form in the mouth as is my understanding. However are usually used in the case of minor bleeds of the mouth or in an attempt to prevent a bleed into the mouth. I would guess unless there is an issue that pops up with inhibitors for a factor 8 would be treated with Xyntha or some other type recombinant factor 8. Giving a factor 8 or 9 for that matter with no history of inhibitors with human blood is sort of a no-no now. To much risk of disease through the use of human blood For doctors you can continue to see their normal pediatrician. For hemophilia they will need to see a hematologist. In short this is a person who treats blood disorders. For general health I would advise two very important items. Number one is overall fitness. The more a person is over weight the more pressure is put on the body's joints. For a person with hemophilia this means more bleeds. Keeping a 6 year old healthy is super important and more so with a 6 year old with hemophilia. The second is dental care. The average person should get about 2 check ups per year. I would suggest for a person with hemophilia four. It is much easier to catch a small cavity just starting then to need to put a crown on the tooth due to decay. This will help cut down on the use of factor. Their are a ton of other issues we could talk about. Home treatment or on demand treatment. How to talk to the school is he going to. Cost of treatment. How to weigh things such as a child wanting to play sports. Medical ID cards and bracelets. How to deal with other kids and their play and the list goes on. How to deal with ER doctors. How to find an HTC etc.. Why don't you contact to me and through e-mail and we can talk some. Answered by Herman Foggie 2 years ago.

haemophilia a is a caused by a lack of factor 8 which helps with blood clotting, so he may need injections of this. they try to avoid giving blood transfusions Answered by Ezra Kirstein 2 years ago.


How Haemophilia is treated?
hi im finding it hard to find different ways of how haemophilia is treated (ALL A, B, C) I know that there is replacement of the VIII Proteins for Type A, but what else is out there? is there any cures? Asked by Taylor Virdin 2 years ago.

I will answer for Hemophilia A, as that is the only one I have experience with. Treatments are as follows: replacement factor, blood transfusions (rarely used now, but perhaps more common in other countries). For mucousal bleeding, Aminocaproic acid (simply called Amicar) is used, alongside with replacement factor. As for a cure, I'll say no and yes. Technically, hemophilia can be cured through a liver transplant, but the risks involved in the surgery and the requirement for lifelong medications to prevent rejection of the new liver may outweigh the benefits - which is why it's never done. If you so happen to be a hemophiliac and need a liver transplant then that's the only way it would happen. Doctors/medics/researchers are aware, which is why research is done in this area, but not to that extreme... for example, transplanting liver cells, although THIS is still only in research phase. Answered by Cherly Lifschitz 2 years ago.


I am bleeding from throat mainly from one side of my glands.?
Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that... Asked by Jin Bartholic 2 years ago.

Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that one side of my throat. And the bad is I am also a hemophilia patient. I am scared and need to know what's going on . Can you please help? I just woke up out of my sleep and cough up a blood clot. It's I been bleeding for the last few hours . But I am drinking water though . Answered by Wilhemina Dugre 2 years ago.

Have you consulted with your HTC? You should be infusing factor and also amicar (treats mucousal bleeding) or something similar. Answered by Etta Sebree 2 years ago.

Go to the hospital immediatly. If you have a problem with clotting in the first place and you dont know whats going on and you bleeding go now. Not trying to scare you but you should go because if its serious you wont get a good answer from here Answered by Juanita Lapinsky 2 years ago.


What does the drug AMICAR do? For example given to a patient who sustained eye trauma?
Is it Antibiotic, Paralyzes ciliary muscles, relaxes ocular tissues or stabilizes clot formation at the sight of hemorrhage? Asked by Jonas Dinsmoor 2 years ago.

it inhibits bleeding in the injured eye like if a blood clot dissolves that adds to the bleeding. the drug enhances hemostasis. Answered by Ninfa Betran 2 years ago.


What prescription pills will increase the likelihood of a stroke?
I'm a writer (not planning on using the info in real life!), and I want one of my characters with a history of strokes to be 'poisoned' with some kind of prescription pill that makes him have a life-ending stroke. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Asked by Bryanna Dispirito 2 years ago.

High dose Vitamin K, oral contraceptives, Amicar would cause thrombosis and a blood clot resulting in ischemic stroke. The other end of the spectrum is you can have the person die of a massive intracranial bleed if you were to administer them high dose warfarin, heparin, argatroban, or clopidogrel. Answered by Lacy Cannada 2 years ago.

answering your question is against medical ethics, no bad feeling pls Answered by Ena Perlman 2 years ago.


What would the treatment be for this type of hemophilia??
6 year old boy,healthy(other than this).Severe hemophilia type APretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps himI know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do... Asked by Hong Pfeil 2 years ago.

6 year old boy,healthy(other than this). Severe hemophilia type A Pretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps him I know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do if you had this case, please tell me. Also what doctors would have to be seen, what therapies would have to be done, and any other type of treatment you can tell me about!! Thanks! Answered by Kandy Visage 2 years ago.

Hello Hunter, Would depend on the bleed and how bad the bleed is. For mouth bleeds for example drugs such as Amicar or Cyklokapron may be used. These drugs help clots form in the mouth as is my understanding. However are usually used in the case of minor bleeds of the mouth or in an attempt to prevent a bleed into the mouth. I would guess unless there is an issue that pops up with inhibitors for a factor 8 would be treated with Xyntha or some other type recombinant factor 8. Giving a factor 8 or 9 for that matter with no history of inhibitors with human blood is sort of a no-no now. To much risk of disease through the use of human blood For doctors you can continue to see their normal pediatrician. For hemophilia they will need to see a hematologist. In short this is a person who treats blood disorders. For general health I would advise two very important items. Number one is overall fitness. The more a person is over weight the more pressure is put on the body's joints. For a person with hemophilia this means more bleeds. Keeping a 6 year old healthy is super important and more so with a 6 year old with hemophilia. The second is dental care. The average person should get about 2 check ups per year. I would suggest for a person with hemophilia four. It is much easier to catch a small cavity just starting then to need to put a crown on the tooth due to decay. This will help cut down on the use of factor. Their are a ton of other issues we could talk about. Home treatment or on demand treatment. How to talk to the school is he going to. Cost of treatment. How to weigh things such as a child wanting to play sports. Medical ID cards and bracelets. How to deal with other kids and their play and the list goes on. How to deal with ER doctors. How to find an HTC etc.. Why don't you contact to me and through e-mail and we can talk some. Answered by Carleen Ugaitafa 2 years ago.

haemophilia a is a caused by a lack of factor 8 which helps with blood clotting, so he may need injections of this. they try to avoid giving blood transfusions Answered by Helena Develbiss 2 years ago.


How Haemophilia is treated?
hi im finding it hard to find different ways of how haemophilia is treated (ALL A, B, C) I know that there is replacement of the VIII Proteins for Type A, but what else is out there? is there any cures? Asked by Jeri Abdelrahman 2 years ago.

I will answer for Hemophilia A, as that is the only one I have experience with. Treatments are as follows: replacement factor, blood transfusions (rarely used now, but perhaps more common in other countries). For mucousal bleeding, Aminocaproic acid (simply called Amicar) is used, alongside with replacement factor. As for a cure, I'll say no and yes. Technically, hemophilia can be cured through a liver transplant, but the risks involved in the surgery and the requirement for lifelong medications to prevent rejection of the new liver may outweigh the benefits - which is why it's never done. If you so happen to be a hemophiliac and need a liver transplant then that's the only way it would happen. Doctors/medics/researchers are aware, which is why research is done in this area, but not to that extreme... for example, transplanting liver cells, although THIS is still only in research phase. Answered by Bertram Mulik 2 years ago.


I am bleeding from throat mainly from one side of my glands.?
Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that... Asked by Shala Zaspel 2 years ago.

Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that one side of my throat. And the bad is I am also a hemophilia patient. I am scared and need to know what's going on . Can you please help? I just woke up out of my sleep and cough up a blood clot. It's I been bleeding for the last few hours . But I am drinking water though . Answered by Shelby Leuze 2 years ago.

Have you consulted with your HTC? You should be infusing factor and also amicar (treats mucousal bleeding) or something similar. Answered by Hertha Hitchingham 2 years ago.

Go to the hospital immediatly. If you have a problem with clotting in the first place and you dont know whats going on and you bleeding go now. Not trying to scare you but you should go because if its serious you wont get a good answer from here Answered by Casey Schrodt 2 years ago.


What does the drug AMICAR do? For example given to a patient who sustained eye trauma?
Is it Antibiotic, Paralyzes ciliary muscles, relaxes ocular tissues or stabilizes clot formation at the sight of hemorrhage? Asked by Erinn Gennings 2 years ago.

it inhibits bleeding in the injured eye like if a blood clot dissolves that adds to the bleeding. the drug enhances hemostasis. Answered by John Doehring 2 years ago.


What prescription pills will increase the likelihood of a stroke?
I'm a writer (not planning on using the info in real life!), and I want one of my characters with a history of strokes to be 'poisoned' with some kind of prescription pill that makes him have a life-ending stroke. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. Asked by Angila Tures 2 years ago.

High dose Vitamin K, oral contraceptives, Amicar would cause thrombosis and a blood clot resulting in ischemic stroke. The other end of the spectrum is you can have the person die of a massive intracranial bleed if you were to administer them high dose warfarin, heparin, argatroban, or clopidogrel. Answered by Season Rowsey 2 years ago.

answering your question is against medical ethics, no bad feeling pls Answered by Kenny Miguel 2 years ago.


What would the treatment be for this type of hemophilia??
6 year old boy,healthy(other than this).Severe hemophilia type APretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps himI know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do... Asked by Lorenza Freed 2 years ago.

6 year old boy,healthy(other than this). Severe hemophilia type A Pretty tolerant to all medications, procedures, and therapies I'll go with anything that helps him I know the doctor is the one who decides but if anyone has an idea or if there are any doctors out there that can tell me what you would do if you had this case, please tell me. Also what doctors would have to be seen, what therapies would have to be done, and any other type of treatment you can tell me about!! Thanks! Answered by Tawnya Vaquera 2 years ago.

Hello Hunter, Would depend on the bleed and how bad the bleed is. For mouth bleeds for example drugs such as Amicar or Cyklokapron may be used. These drugs help clots form in the mouth as is my understanding. However are usually used in the case of minor bleeds of the mouth or in an attempt to prevent a bleed into the mouth. I would guess unless there is an issue that pops up with inhibitors for a factor 8 would be treated with Xyntha or some other type recombinant factor 8. Giving a factor 8 or 9 for that matter with no history of inhibitors with human blood is sort of a no-no now. To much risk of disease through the use of human blood For doctors you can continue to see their normal pediatrician. For hemophilia they will need to see a hematologist. In short this is a person who treats blood disorders. For general health I would advise two very important items. Number one is overall fitness. The more a person is over weight the more pressure is put on the body's joints. For a person with hemophilia this means more bleeds. Keeping a 6 year old healthy is super important and more so with a 6 year old with hemophilia. The second is dental care. The average person should get about 2 check ups per year. I would suggest for a person with hemophilia four. It is much easier to catch a small cavity just starting then to need to put a crown on the tooth due to decay. This will help cut down on the use of factor. Their are a ton of other issues we could talk about. Home treatment or on demand treatment. How to talk to the school is he going to. Cost of treatment. How to weigh things such as a child wanting to play sports. Medical ID cards and bracelets. How to deal with other kids and their play and the list goes on. How to deal with ER doctors. How to find an HTC etc.. Why don't you contact to me and through e-mail and we can talk some. Answered by Maida Scafuri 2 years ago.

haemophilia a is a caused by a lack of factor 8 which helps with blood clotting, so he may need injections of this. they try to avoid giving blood transfusions Answered by Julio Clarida 2 years ago.


How Haemophilia is treated?
hi im finding it hard to find different ways of how haemophilia is treated (ALL A, B, C) I know that there is replacement of the VIII Proteins for Type A, but what else is out there? is there any cures? Asked by Marissa Francescone 2 years ago.

I will answer for Hemophilia A, as that is the only one I have experience with. Treatments are as follows: replacement factor, blood transfusions (rarely used now, but perhaps more common in other countries). For mucousal bleeding, Aminocaproic acid (simply called Amicar) is used, alongside with replacement factor. As for a cure, I'll say no and yes. Technically, hemophilia can be cured through a liver transplant, but the risks involved in the surgery and the requirement for lifelong medications to prevent rejection of the new liver may outweigh the benefits - which is why it's never done. If you so happen to be a hemophiliac and need a liver transplant then that's the only way it would happen. Doctors/medics/researchers are aware, which is why research is done in this area, but not to that extreme... for example, transplanting liver cells, although THIS is still only in research phase. Answered by Irma Sten 2 years ago.


I am bleeding from throat mainly from one side of my glands.?
Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that... Asked by Trinity Kilness 2 years ago.

Hi I came home from church . And at church I sing in a worship band. I been under the weather and been having a cough . But for some reason, I only had muscious coming out of one side of my glands . But I been feeling better from my cough and it starting to clear up. But now I am experiencing bleeding from that one side of my throat. And the bad is I am also a hemophilia patient. I am scared and need to know what's going on . Can you please help? I just woke up out of my sleep and cough up a blood clot. It's I been bleeding for the last few hours . But I am drinking water though . Answered by Monroe Mccaslin 2 years ago.

Have you consulted with your HTC? You should be infusing factor and also amicar (treats mucousal bleeding) or something similar. Answered by Shena Coples 2 years ago.

Go to the hospital immediatly. If you have a problem with clotting in the first place and you dont know whats going on and you bleeding go now. Not trying to scare you but you should go because if its serious you wont get a good answer from here Answered by Tora Mallach 2 years ago.


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