What is Factor V?
Factor V is just one of the many elements that work together for proper blood clotting. If blood does not clot correctly, a patient can bleed excessively from a simple cut, let alone a more serious injury or break in the skin. 

Congenital Factor V deficiency is one type of bleeding disorder revealed with Factor V testing. Other possible causes of excessive bleeding include liver disease and fibrinolysis. Factor V is not the only factor that plays a part in the clotting process.

Normal Value Range

  • Negative Pregnancy Adult: 50 to 150 percent
  • Pregnancy Trimester One: 75 to 95 percent
  • Pregnancy Trimester Two: 72 to 96 percent   
  • Pregnancy Trimester Three: 60 to 88 percent    

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