My brother has haemophilia

If you have a brother (or sister) with haemophilia, you will need to know what you can do to protect them from bleeding.

For example, try to be more careful and make gentle movements when you are beside them or when playing together, so as not to accidentally injure them.

You should never hit them, neither for real, nor during a game. After all, we should not hit other people.

Sometimes you should not play with them “war” or run around the house. Instead, you can play board games, watch TV or draw together.

How do you feel when your parents spend more time with them? You may feel jealous and sad. However, you should know that they don’t do that because they love them more, as you might think, but because sometimes they need more attention, so they don’t get hurt, especially if they are still very young.

Also, if they start bleeding, especially if they need to stay home for a few days wearing an orthopedic cast or crutches, naturally your parents will pay more attention to them, because they need taking care of until they feel better!

It’s normal to get jealous sometimes. But think, if at some point you were hurt, you would also want to have all their attention, right?

What you should always remember is that your parents love you and your sibling the same!

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This information is intended to inform and update the public and may in no way serve as a substitute to consultation with a doctor or other professional health service.
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