And yet you read atricles with text like this:Hairline fracture of my elbow. Playing basketball. Took a couple weeks to realize I should have an x-ray done. No bruising. I started to notice a sound when extending my arm as well as loss of mobility. Normal treatment. A cast for a few weeks. No unusual bruising.
Bike chain ran up my shin and left teeth marks from the cogs in a mountain biking mishap. No unusual bleeding. Treated with peroxide. Went camping with some buddies that same weekend. Never sought any special medical treatment for it. It healed.
Broken thumb on a bike accident. This time I was older and one of my kids cut me off. I bailed to avoid hitting them. Just a hand brace. No unusual bruising or lengthy healing time.
Dropped a large cabinet on my foot. Foot turned many beautiful colors. I have a permanent scar on it. But it healed as well.
I haven’t had any serious head injuries that I recall. I did have to manage warfarin through a second open heart surgery. As well as through the removal of my gallbladder and appendix. Typically this meant going off warfarin and taking shots of Lovenox until I was safe to restart warfarin.
But the lack of head injury stories doesn’t answer your questions and if it wasnt an issue for me, it would just be a anecdotal evidence anyway and wouldn't guarantee your daughter’s safety.
"The sticking point is if Bosh is able to play, safely, while taking blood thinner medication. Understandably, the Heat are being very cautious. If Bosh were to get cut while taking blood thinners, it's not an exaggeration to say that he could die from blood loss."
From Article: https://www-cbssports-com.cdn.amppr...mann-to-learn-about-playing-with-blood-clots/
If you risk dying from a cut I understand it's not even a question to play contact sport. Even though your injuries weren't head injuries it's still a whole nother world than the "dying from a cut.".
How common are these extensive bleedings one can often read about?