The Haemophilia Society is the only UK-wide charity for all those affected by a genetic bleeding disorder.
We help people with genetic bleeding disorders to lead fulfilling lives, make informed choices and to support and inspire others.
This website is for information purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical, diagnosis or treatment advice.Read More
What do you need help with today?
My child is newly diagnosed
Finding out that you or your child has a bleeding disorder can be a stressful experience, and we’re here to help you to make sense of it all.Newly diagnosed
Someone I know has a bleeding disorder
There are lots of different bleeding disorders. Find out more about the different types of bleeding disorders and the treatment options available.Diagnosis & treatment
I need help & support
All you need to know to keep fit and healthy with a bleeding disorder and the support and benefits available to you and your family.Day to day living
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Upcoming & Recent Events at the Haemophilia Society
The Haemophilia Society invites you to a live Q&A on Thursday 15 April at 4pm with: Celebrity ambassador, Jack BridgeChair of trustees, Clive SmithHosted by our president Baroness Molly Meacher
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About bleeding disorders
Understanding Haemophilia & Other Bleeding Disorders
People with bleeding disorders, have a condition that means the blood can’t clot properly. Those with bleeding disorders experience bleeding for longer and may sometimes experience spontaneous bleeds into joints, muscles and soft tissues. Some of the most common bleeding disorders include: Haemophilia A | Haemophilia B | von WillebrandsBrowse bleeding disorder information