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When hemophiliac children are to receive immunizations, parents should inform medical personnel in advance so that bleeding problems can be avoided.
In rare cases, a hemophiliac father and a carrier mother can pass on the right combination of parental chromosomes to result in a hemophiliac female child.
Because the skull has no room for expansion, the hemophiliac is at risk for brain damage due to blood taking up space and exerting pressure on the delicate brain tissue.