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Date: 1 December 2020
Vaccinations and immunisations
If you require vaccinations or immunisations please ensure that these are only administered as a sub-cutaneous injection (under the skin) rather than intra-muscularly, which may cause a muscle bleed. If you have any queries please contact the haemophilia team prior to treatment.
If you are travelling abroad and require a customs letter please let the unit know with at least seven days’ notice. This will allow you to travel with your factor treatment, equipment and any medication. We can also advise you of any local haemophilia centres as close to your destination as possible should you need to attend. You can also find haemophilia centres using the Haemophilia Centre Locator website via the link below.
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