Hard Dreamer Case Study

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Hard dreamer age 25 male a case of frequent disruption to studies & parents under emotional & financial stress. As a kid “he cuts his small toe when he was one years old resulting in an unusual bleed,” (Ramchander, 2009). Then he starts “bleeding frequently from different sites like his gums, nose & ears,” (Ramchander, 2009). Three years later he bleeds from his forehead & hip after a fall, he experiences a major bleed in the urinary tract, & lastly his right knee is swollen making his movements a little difficult. At the age of 5 he starts to attend school and because of all his bleeding issues his frequent absence due to pain cost him his education. A major factor in his limitations at school were standing for long periods of time due to …show more content…
He is 54 and his income depends on his parents & he is not educated and feels shy approaching people for work. Hard dreamer age 25 diagnosed with Type A hemophilia with severity of less than 1 percent. Master spring flower age 14 male, a case of low self-esteem, and parents was under financial and social strain when he was 4 years old when he fell from a chair struck his mouth on a sharp edge on the chair and heavy flow of bleeding wouldn’t stop, so he was rushed to the St Johns Medical college hospital as advised by some doctors. He experiences bleeding episodes twice a year he experiences hematuria, and bleeding in the gums. When his condition was notified to school management they asked the parents to put him some other school as they could not take any special care for him. His experience at school now is that he attends school where his mother teaches, but he also loses one year of academic study. At school, he is constantly teased for being weak, avoiding sports and …show more content…
Which is the F8 gene that provides the instructions for making the clotting protein. The protein is unable to protect the body by sealing off damaged blood vessels. Since, the blood clot can’t respond to injuries it leads to continuous bleeding. Another form of this disorder is called Acquired Hemophilia where it’s not exactly caused by inherited genes, but it’s characterized by “abnormal bleeding into the skin, muscles or soft tissues that is caused by the body creating specialized proteins called autoantibodies that attack and disable the F8 genes.”(Maggs, 2012). Hemophilia has three forms, Hemophilia A, which 80 percent of people have mostly males, and hemophilia B, less common 20 percent of people have and hemophilia C” (Maggs, 2012). Hemophilia men are the most common patients to have hemophilia, where hemophilia women carry and pass hemophilia

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