Blood Conditions and Vaccines

Am I eligible for vaccine injury compensation?

Blood conditions can occur in many parts of your circulatory system, including your red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, blood vessels, bone marrow and more. If you have a blood condition, it can affect your overall health and cause bleeding issues, anemia, infections, circulatory issues, and internal organ damage.

Can Vaccines Cause Blood Conditions?

Although rare, certain vaccines may cause blood conditions such as immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP). This condition causes bleeding from the nose or gums, blood in the urine or feces and other symptoms.

There are several vaccines that may be linked to blood conditions, including:

If you or a loved one has experienced a blood condition that could have come from a vaccine, take our free quiz to see if you’re eligible for vaccine injury compensation.

Immune Thrombocytopenia Purpura and Vaccines

Immune thrombocytopenia purpura, or ITP, is a condition where the immune system mistakenly attacks blood platelets. When platelets drop well below normal levels, blood clotting is reduced. ITP can result in severe symptoms, including excessive bleeding and bruising.

Symptoms of ITP include:

  • Bleeding from the nose or gums
  • Blood in the urine or feces
  • Blotches and bruises
  • Red spots called petechiae on the skin

If you experience these symptoms after receiving a vaccine, seek immediate medical attention.

Am I Eligible For Vaccine Injury Compensation?

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) includes blood conditions from vaccines as a covered injury.

If you or a loved one has developed a blood condition to a vaccine, take our vaccine eligibility quiz to see if you qualify for compensation. Our experienced vaccine injury attorneys can file a claim for you with the VICP at no cost to you.

Am I eligible for vaccine injury compensation?