• Your chance to be a carrier depends on who and how many people in your family have a hemophilia diagnosis.
  • We have the answers you are looking for.  Our team would be happy to talk to you, get more information about your family history and address your questions.  Call our team at 920-965-0606.
  • Genetic testing can provide a definite answer about whether a person is a hemophilia carrier in many families.
  • We have facilitated genetic testing for many women who want to know whether they are hemophilia carriers.
  • Whether genetic testing is available to you to determine hemophilia carrier status depends on a number of factors including the following:
    • Has genetic testing already found the genetic cause of hemophilia for someone in your family with a hemophilia diagnosis?
    • How are you related to the person / people with hemophilia in the family?
  • Next steps: call our team at 920-965-0606, we can help.
  • A factor VIII (if hemophilia A in the family) or factor IX (if hemophilia B in the family) level is recommended for women who are known or possible hemophilia carriers.
  • A factor VIII or factor IX level along with information about the woman’s history of bleeding in the past, can help our team assess your risk for abnormal bleeding.
  • Our team has expertise and can help you get the testing and evaluation you need.