WHat Causes Hemophilia
What causes Hemophilia is the change in F8 genes which is the gene that is responsible for making a protein known as coagulation factor VIII which is a vital part for the body to clog a wound. When a mutation happens while making these genes it can be lead to coagulation factor IX which means there is a missing protein.
What does hemophilia look like?
Unlike being able to see someones eye or skin color hemophilia doesn't have a physical look on the surface of the skin. You won't be able to tell if someone has hemophilia unless you notice that any open wounds that they may have are continuously bleeding. You may also be able to tell if someone has this condition is if you notice that they are bleeding under the skin from a bruise.