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This question can be seen silly, but I wondered about this question for several years. I learned that diabetes make our blood so sticky that it can block blood flows of capillary vessels. Then, what happens if a hemobohilia patient with diabetes accidently cut his (because there are few female hemophilia patients) toe's skin with a cutter, paper or glass fragment? Does the sticky blood caused by diabetes help stopping bleeding the area? Yeah, I know that blood coagulation factors like pibrin are the primary factors for stopping bleeding, but I want to know the effects of sticky blood caused by diabetes on cut area.

P.S. Sorry for poor English.

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  • Welcome to Health, KYHSGeekCode! Please take the tour and read the help center. What has your prior research on this revealed to you so far? You may improve your question to comply with site guidelines with an edit and the help of How to Ask. Thanks! – LаngLаngС Mar 1 '18 at 2:47
  • Ok, I will study more in help center and research more about the topic. Then I'll be able to improve my question. Thanks. – KYHSGeekCode Mar 1 '18 at 2:51
  • You're confusing concepts. – Graham Chiu Mar 1 '18 at 3:09

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