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What are the symptoms and clinical manifestations of hemophilia?

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Last Update: 12/05/2018

The signs and symptoms of hemophilia will always be the bleeding from the lack of blood clotting. In particular, we will highlight the following:

  • Internal hemorrhages in the joints, especially in the knees, elbows and ankles. As a result, the joint swells, feels warm to the touch and hurts when bent.
  • Hemorrhages under the skin causing bruises and hematomas.
  • Excessive bleeding after a dental intervention or when a tooth falls out.
  • Hemorrhage after circumcision.
  • Blood in the urine or feces.
  • Frequent nosebleeds that are difficult to stop.
  • Excessive bleeding after a trauma, cut or surgery.

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