By Lance and Kevin
Definition and where on the body.
It can affect anywhere on the body where there is a cut or a cut in your body.
It can happen anywhere on or in the body.
most babies that are diagnosis with Hemophilia under the age of 2.
March is hemophilia awareness month. In 1986, President Ronald Reagan designated the month of March Hemophilia Awareness month to bring awareness and attention to those living with Hemophilia.
Hemophilia that causes you lack in white blood cells. When lack white blood cells your blood does not clot normally. So people with Hemophilia keep bleeding because their blood not clotting well.
Symptoms of Hemophilia
- Unexplained and excessive bleeding from cuts and injuries, or after surgery or dental work
- Many large or deep bruises
- Blood in urine or stool
- Nosebleeds without a known cause
- Repeated vomiting
Cause of this disorder
There are different types of Hemophilia Hemophilia A, Hemophilia B, and Hemophilia C.
Hemophilia A and B are cause by a mutation in your genes. Hemophilia is not nondisjunction. Hemophilia is sex-linked. Men get Hemophilia more than women because it always comes from the x chromosome and women are mainly just carriers. It is recessive.
Medications, Gene therapy, and Prognosis
Tests and Diagnosed
- Direct mutation test
- Prenatal testing
C only occurs in Europe only.
Hemophilia is also mostly common in males.
1 in 4000 males to 1 to 5000 males get Hemophilia.