Hemophilia is a disorder in which the affected person has excessive bleeding and this condition is brought about by blood plasma having less protein content. The disorder in most cases is referred to as Hemophilia A and it is classified as an inherited disorder. The symptom obviously is abnormal bleeding on getting any injury or when undergoing any surgical procedure and so on.
HOW IS HEMOPHILIA DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of the same would be done by a general physician based on your overall symptoms. Blood test would be done for checking clotting deficiency along what family history to check for genetic traits.
HOW IS HEMOPHILIA TREATED?
Treatment for haemophilia depends on its severity. For mild haemophilia, a slow injection of the hormone desmopressin can help release clotting factor. Infusion of a recombinant clotting factor is required for moderate to severe haemophilia. Plasma infusions may be required for complete absence of the clotting factor.