There are a wide range of experiences of living with a bleeding disorder. Differences such as how severe your condition is, how old you are, and what else has happened to you, all make a big difference to your experience. However, some things in life can be more challenging when you have a bleeding disorder. The right information can help you managing some of these problems, or just work out as quickly as possible what you need to do.
On these pages you will find information which will help you get on with your life as much as possible.
A lot of people who come to these pages are learning about bleeding disorders for the first time. We thought this video about how a friend of Haemophilia Scotland, Jack Bridge, has dealt overcome the challenges of his condition to be an elite swimmer. With thanks to Luke Pembroke who made the video.
In this section
Signs of a Bleed
My Voice, My Care
Discounts and Grants
Benefits and Welfare
The practical side of living with a bleeding disorder
How to stay well with a bleeding disorder
The emotional side of bleeding disorders
Love and Sex Guide
Mental Wellbeing Guide
Managing Well-Being During COVID and Beyond (Video, 31:58)
Looking after a child with a bleeding disorder
Sports Guide for Young Adults
Issues for women
Guide for Teachers