Factor V deficiency is a rare condition that causes blood clotting issues, states Healthline. Factor V deficiency can result in uncontrollable bleeding after injury or surgery.
Symptoms of factor V deficiency include bleeding gums, prolonged or heavy menstrual periods, frequent nosebleeds, unusual bleeding under the skin and bleeding from the umbilical cord upon birth, notes Healthline. This condition is typically mild and easy to manage. Doctors may use treatment for factor V deficiency, such as a nasal spray to raise factor levels before dental procedures or surgery, as a precautionary measure, and they may use plasma infusions during severe bleeding.