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Tranexamic acid injection (Cyklokapron) is a prescription medication used to prevent bleeding after tooth extraction in individuals with hemophilia. Side effects, drug interactions, warnings, dosing, and pregnancy and breastfeeding information should be reviewed prior to using any medication.

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      • Hemophilia facts
      • What is hemophilia?
      • What causes hemophilia?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of hemophilia?
      • How is hemophilia diagnosed?
      • Is it possible to know if you are a carrier of hemophilia?
      • What are treatments for hemophilia?
      • Inhibitors
      • Infections
      • Can hemophilia be prevented?
      • What is the outlook (prognosis) for hemophilia?
      • What are possible future treatments for hemophilia?

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