Treatment for people who have an inhibitor can be complicated. There are three main types of treatment that can be used:

There are other types of new therapies in different stages of research and additional treatment products may become available. Some of these treatments are being researched for those with hemophilia A or B, with and without an inhibitor.

For more details and the most up to date information visit NDBF’s Future Therapies webpage.

To learn more about treating bleeds with an inhibitor we invite you to visit our Living with Inhibitors booklet, page 3.

It's important to understand that diagnosing and treating inhibitors is not easy. There are many things to consider, and each person's situation is unique. The decisions about treatment should be made together with the patient and the healthcare team at the hemophilia treatment center.