In the third patient the symptoms were milder and vanished without any specific treatment.
The levels of coagulation factor increased in all patients and the lupus anticoagulant disappeared within a couple of months.
Spontaneous bleeding from the nose, mouth or digestive tract may not indicate any serious condition; but sometimes it can be severe enough to be life-threatening.
Normally when a person gets injured and bleeding occurs, a blood clot is formed to stop the bleeding.
There are several substances present in the body, like platelets and clotting factors that aid in this process.
When there is a bleeding disorder, the clotting mechanism fails due to several reasons.
Andexanet has been associated with good control of serious bleeding in patients taking a common class of anticoagulants known as Factor Xa inhibitors, finds a new study.
"Factor Xa inhibitors are already widely used because of their excellent efficacy and safety profile.
A decrease in blood clotting factors usually causes bleeding and bruising.
Clotting disorders can again be classified as acquired or inherited.