Hemophilia is a rare genetic condition that causes your blood not to clot and slows down or stops your bleeding. People with hemophilia lack the normal amount of clotting factors. People with hemophilia lack the normal amount of clotting factors. Blood clots because of clotting factors. Replacement of missing clotting factors is the main treatment for hemophilia.
Here are some common signs and symptoms of Hemophilia:
Prolonged bleeding from cuts, bruises, and injuries
Unexplained, large and recurrent bruises
Excessive bleeding during or after surgery
Blood in urine/stool
Joint pain and swelling due to continuous blood flow