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Year: 2021

Language: German

Author(s): World Federation of Hemophilia

Format: Document

Frequently Asked Questions on Women and Girls with Bleeding Disorders – German

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This document is also available in: English, French, Spanish

This is not an official WFH translation. This resource has been translated with permission, and is shared here with their kind permission. Translating organizations are encouraged to have translations reviewed by local experts, the WFH is not responsible for the translation or for any errors or changes to content from the original English edition. Patient organizations interested in translating a WFH resource must first obtain permission from the WFH, available here.


Many carriers of hemophilia also experience symptoms of the disorder. Some women live with their symptoms for years without being diagnosed or even suspecting they have a bleeding disorder. This fact sheet includes answers to questions such as:

  • What is an inherited bleeding disorder?
  • What are the symptoms and signs of bleeding disorders in women and girls?
  • How do bleeding disorders affect pregnancy and childbirth or miscarriage?
  • What are some of the consequences and issues of untreated bleeding disorders in women and girls?

And many more!

The WFH does not engage in the practice of medicine and under no circumstances recommends particular treatment for specific individuals. For diagnosis or consultation on a specific medical problem, the WFH recommends that you contact your physician or local treatment centre. Before administering any products, the WFH urges patients to check dosages with a physician or hemophilia centre staff, and to consult the pharmaceutical company’s printed instructions.

The WFH does not promote any particular pharmaceutical product and any mention of any commercial brand in this presentation is strictly for educational purposes.

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