How do you get hemophilia?

Hemophilia. Hemophilia is a genetic disease linked to a defective gene on the x chromosome. Chromosomes come in pairs -- women have two x chromosomes while men have one x and one y chromosome.
Heredity. Hemophilia is a genetic disease that is passed down in families.

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How do you get tests for hemophilia?

Blood test. If suspected any doctor can order a blood test for hemophilia. There are two major types with deficiceny of different clotting factors, hemophilia a has deficincy of factor viii and hemophilia b of factor ix. Most hospital labs can do the testing on blood sample to make the diagnosis. Read more...