Hemophilia is a blood condition that implies draining does not stop. The draining happens in light of the fact that the blood does not cluster. Individuals with hemophilia need proteins in the blood that make scabs and blood clusters. A man with a little cut or interior drain (wound) could seep to death. They don't drain more than a typical individual, yet they seep for any longer. The word originates from the Greek words haima ("blood") and philia ("to love"). To treat this, an influenced individual can get a blood gift from somebody without hemophilia. The giver's blood has the thickening proteins and can briefly make an ordinary scab. 30% of hemophilia An and B cases are the main individual in their family to have hemophilia which is the aftereffect of a startling transformation (this implies there is a surprising change in the body).

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