What Happens If Blood Is Too Thin?

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If your blood gets too thin, you may experience excessive bleeding because thinned blood does not clot well or loses its clotting ability. This is very dangerous since in case of a cut your blood will not stop flowing because as it cannot clot.
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No everyone bleeds from a pin prick, so stop worrying. As for your blood getting too thin? you should of asked your doctor this question and he would of told you the correct answer.
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When blood is too thin, a number of symptoms can occur that may require seeing a physician or even needing to go to an emergency room. What happens is bruising, caused by blood pooling beneath the skin. Also, bleeding from the gums, nose bleeds, and in severe cases vomiting blood are symptoms.
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