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Women's Bleeding Disorder Clinic

Vanderbilt’s Women’s Bleeding Disorder Clinic addresses the special needs of young women with suspected or confirmed disorders affecting blood clotting. These disorders can cause more problems for women than for men because of heavy menstrual periods and the risk of bleeding in childbirth. We see patients with a personal or family history of bleeding disorders, including Von Willebrand disease and hemophilia. We also see women with heavy menstrual bleeding concerns. We care for young women with thrombophilias and cancers who have unique needs related to menstruation, contraception or pregnancy and childbirth

Women’s Bleeding Disorders Clinic: Why Choose Vanderbilt

  • Recognized care: We are designated as a Clinic of Excellence by the Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders.
  • Personalized approach: We will design a care plan to meet your needs and values. Our goal is to help you manage your disorder and symptoms. We help patients plan for pregnancy when they are ready.
  • Collaborative care: Specialists in pediatric-adolescent gynecology care for you in conjunction with blood disorder specialists (pediatric hematologists). For women with cancer, we work with their oncology team to manage blood-related side effects of treatment. We also coordinate special care needs with experts in pediatric cardiology and endocrinology.

Conditions We Treat

Below are common conditions we see. We accept referrals of young women with other medical concerns for collaborative management of menstrual abnormalities or contraception.

  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Thrombophilia
  • Pediatric cancers
  • Irregular menstrual periods
  • Von Willebrand disease
  • Hemophilia


Vanderbilt Center for Women’s Health One Hundred Oaks
719 Thompson Lane, Suite 27100
Nashville, TN 37204
(615) 343-5700
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Women's Bleeding Disorder Clinic Care Team

For Referring Providers

You may refer to or request a consultation with our monthly clinic at One Hundred Oaks or through Pediatric Hematology at (615) 936-1762. Specify the referral is to the Women's Bleeding Disorder Clinic.