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Multiple sclerosis Hemophilia inheritance In the most common types of hemophilia, the faulty gene is located on the X chromosome. Everyone has two sex chromosomes, one from each parent. A female inherits an X chromosome from her mother and an X chromosome from her father. A male inherits an X chromosome from his mother and a Y chromosome from his father. Most women with the defective gene are simply carriers and experience no signs or symptoms of hemophilia.
But some carriers can experience bleeding symptoms if their clotting factors are moderately decreased. Risk factors The biggest risk factor for hemophilia is to have family members who also have the disorder. Complications Complications of hemophilia may include: Deep internal bleeding. Bleeding that occurs in deep muscle can cause your limbs to swell.
The swelling may press on nerves and lead to numbness or pain. Damage to joints. Internal bleeding may also put pressure on your joints, causing severe pain. Left untreated, frequent internal bleeding may cause arthritis or destruction of the joint. People with hemophilia are likelier to have blood transfusions, increasing their risk of receiving contaminated blood products.
Blood products became safer after the mids due to screening of donated blood for hepatitis and HIV. Adverse reaction to clotting factor treatment. In some people with severe hemophilia, the immune system has a negative reaction to the clotting factors used to treat bleeding. When this happens, the immune system develops proteins known as inhibitors that inactivate the clotting factors, making treatment less effective.
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