Symptoms of factor X deficiency

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The symptoms of factor X deficiency can range from mild to severe.1

Symptoms of mild factor X deficiency may include1:

  • Easy bruising
  • Nosebleeds
  • Mouth bleeds
  • Bleeding longer than normal after injury or surgery

Symptoms of severe factor X deficiency may include1:

  • Joint bleeds and bruising
  • Spontaneous bleeding in the head, spinal cord, or gastrointestinal tract (for example: stomach or intestines)

Women with factor X deficiency may experience1,2:

  • Heavy or prolonged bleeding during menstruation (periods)
  • Complications during pregnancy or childbirth
References:
  1. National Hemophilia Foundation. Factor X. https://​www.hemophilia.org/​Bleeding-Disorders/​Types-of-Bleeding-Disorders/​Other-Factor-Deficiencies/​Factor-X. Accessed January 6, 2015.
  2. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia. Factor X deficiency. http://​www.nlm.nih.gov/​medlineplus/​ency/​article/​000553.htm. Accessed January 6, 2015.