Excessive bleeding is one of the most common symptoms of advanced liver cirrhosis. This bleeding is a result of low levels of platelets. Most often in liver cirrhosis, the platelet count is low not because the body doesn't make enough, but because the platelets are trapped in the spleen. Any unnatural bleeding requires medical attention.
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