What is the life expectancy of someone with haemophilia?

The life expectancy of someone with haemophilia varies depending on whether they receive proper treatment. Without adequate treatment, many people with haemophilia die before they reach adulthood.

However, with proper treatment, life expectancy for people with haemophilia is about 10 years less than that of males without haemophilia, and children can look forward to a normal life expectancy.