Treating Hemophilia With Inhibitors

Inhibitors are a serious complication of hemophilia.4,5

If you are diagnosed with an inhibitor, your doctor or hemophilia care team should think about your inhibitor level, your lifestyle, and the activities you enjoy when they plan your treatment.3

Everyone's Treatment Is Different

Everyone is different. Your treatment plan should fit your exact situation. Most importantly, treatment is based on the type of inhibitor a person has.3

Most patients with low-titer inhibitors (<5 BU) start treatment with factor replacement therapy. If that does not work, then they move on to bypassing agents.4,5

Learn about Factor Replacement Therapy >>

Learn about Bypassing Agents >>

Learn about Non-Factor Therapy >>