While many people who live with haemophilia are in good control and lead the lives they wish to, the condition can pose challenges for some. Psychosocial issues often critically affect the lives of people with haemophilia and their families.
Having a child with haemophilia may present great challenges for parents.
The organisation of family life can revolve around the needs of the child with haemophilia.
Teenagers with haemophilia may fear being isolated from their peers because of their condition.
Adults with haemophilia are concerned about limited job opportunities, integration at work, disclosure of haemophilia, family planning and the future.