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Have hemophilia A. Thigh pain, numbness from knee to toe. How to recover feeling?

Hi I m Shakil aged 45yrs. I have Heamophilia A. My factor VIII lebel is less than 1%. Factor VIII injection is resistance for me. Fresh frozen plasma is work well. 7 months ago I attacked by severe pain in my back side of thigh in muscle. It was very very painful, hard hot. I feel senseless in my left leg. After some week it burst and started blood secretion . At that time I have taken 70 units FFP & only 2000units Factor VIII. This injections is very expensive in our country. Now the main problem it is till feeling less from knee to toe . I m taking exercises. I want to know how I recover my legs feeling again quickly? Sometimes I feel very tension about it. Thanking you. Shakil.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your gut you are fighting very well keep it up in Hemophilia the quot is very right "Prevention is better than cure" you have to take complete bed rest in very still position any vigorous movement will cause internal bleeding again I surprised to know about the exercises if you are really practicing it then please stop it, in emergency the only way is the treatment you have had before and nothing else is there, hope this will help you take a very very good care of your self.
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