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A common deficiency among clients with bleeding tendencies is that of vitamin K. It’s important to know the signs and symptoms of a deficiency, because it can be very serious if left untreated. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of vitamin K supplements for those who have bleeding tendencies and what you should do if there is a history of hemophilia in your family. Keyword: Vitamin K deficiency, vitamin K supplementation Specifics: A person who has bleeding tendencies may have a deficiency in one or more vitamins. People with hemophilia are also often deficient in this important nutrient. Vitamin K is an essential fat-soluble vitamin that helps your body to form blood clots and repair wounds through the activation of protein known as gamma carboxylase. It’s not always possible for people with clotting disorders to get enough absorption of this vital nutrient from food alone; it can be necessary to supplement their diet with prescription medication or take supplements orally if they cannot tolerate them by mouth. Signs and Symptoms: The symptoms associated with a lack of vitamin K include bruising easily, bleeding gums when brushing teeth or


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