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Who to talk to about bleeds at work

If you find you are having new or worsening aches or pain, are concerned that you are having bleeds or any other problems, contact your Haemophilia Treatment Centre for advice.

They may need to review your current treatment or prophylaxis plan or provide suggestions about helpful workplace protective equipment or ergonomic set up. Where appropriate, they can also talk to you about your situation and provide supporting documentation for your employer if necessary. They can also give suggestions on plans to manage medical emergencies.

If there is a job you’ve always wanted to do but you or your parents are worried because of your bleeding disorder, your Treatment Centre can help you tailor your treatment plan to suit your chosen career.

Date last reviewed: 30 January 2023

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