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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hemophilia The Bleeding Disorder Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder in which your blood does not clot normally. It is a caused by a missing or defective factor VIII which is responsible for garnering blood to stop bleeding. One-third of victims are caused by spontaneous mutation according to the National Hemophilia Foundation. 20,000 people in the United States have hemophilia blood disorder. That is 1 in every 5000 people! 3 Interesting Facts:1) Hemophilia is usually in males since hemophilia is a recessive gene in the X chromosome. Since females have 2 of them, they are very likely to get a healthy one from their father.2) 1 in every 5000 are affected in the United States according to the National Hemophilia Foundation.3)Deep cuts may be fatal. This is because deep cuts could affect internal organs like the brain. Symptoms of Hemophilia:-Blood in your urine-Many large or deep bruises-Unusual bleeding after vaccines Testing and Screening:Medical health history is important since the disease is genetic. Sometimes, mild hemophilia is not diagnosed until excessive bleeding in surgeries. Currently, there is no cure, however there are a lot of solutions to live a normal lifHemophilia is treated by replacing the old blood with proteine-Vaccinations-Physical Therap-PlasmaDerived Products sy Other interesting facts:-Hemophilia B occurs in around 1 in every 20,000 males-Only Hemophilia A occurs when there's a missing factor VIII-Hemophilia B occurs when there is an absence of the blood clotting factor IX-
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