Hemophilia; Definition, Types, Symptoms, Treatment & Life Expectancy

What is hemophilia, types (hemophilia a, hemophilia b & acquired hemophilia), hemophilia symptoms, hemophilia treatment & life expectancy

3. Bleeding in the joints

The joints are subject to continuous wear and tear. Thus, bleeding in the joints is a common problem in patients with hemophilia. We shouldn’t have blood in the joints, so this causes tightness and joint pain. The joint starts swelling and becomes tender. The most commonly affected joints are those of the knees, ankles, and elbows.