What can you do to help yourself achieve zero spontaneous bleeds?

Maintaining the proper Factor IX levels is a key part in reducing the possibility of spontaneous bleeds and that's the answer to this question.

Your routine treatment should be keeping your trough factor levels high enough to protect you from bleeds, even at the lowest point before your next infusion. The higher the factor level, the less likely you are to experience a spontaneous bleed. Knowing where your factor levels are can go a long way in improving control.

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