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November 11, 2018

Good question. The term 'symptomatic carrier' is broad, and can characterize hemophilia A and B carriers with no factor deficiency (FVIII or FIX >50%) to patients with FVIII/FIX from <1%-49...

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November 11, 2018

Good question. The term 'symptomatic carrier' is broad, and can characterize hemophilia A and B carriers with no factor deficiency (FVIII or FIX >50%) to patients with FVIII/FIX from <1%-49...

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Anonymous's picture
November 11, 2018

Good question. The term 'symptomatic carrier' is broad, and can characterize hemophilia A and B carriers with no factor deficiency (FVIII or FIX >50%) to patients with FVIII/FIX from <1%-49...

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April 04, 2018

It is safe, but would require high-risk obstetrics to be involved since the FVII level is below what most of us consider to be hemostatic. A bleeding plan will need to be in place for epidural,...

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