A Teenage Brain Has a Difficult Time Dealing With Chronic Pain

A Teenage Brain Has a Difficult Time Dealing With Chronic Pain

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A Teenage Brain Has a Difficult Time Dealing With Chronic Pain

My youngest son, Caeleb, is a sophomore in high school. He lives with severe hemophilia A, along with the complication of antibodies that inhibit the infused factor’s ability to stop bleeding episodes, and chronic pain is proving to be a significant issue for him. Caeleb’s right knee and ankle are target joints that have endured trauma from numerous bleeds when he was younger. While regular bleeding is not an issue now, he struggles with his…

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