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NCBI Bookshelf. Guidelines for the Clinical Management of Thalassaemia [Internet]. If the disease is fully compensated by ideal treatment, an individual with thalassaemia major can enjoy a near-normal lifestyle and experience regular physical and emotional development from childhood to adulthood, including parenthood. Where the disease cannot be fully compensated with proper transfusional schemes, the obstacles to a normal lifestyle should be taken into account with a realistic but positive approach, based on informing and encouraging the patient, and reviewing limitations on time and treatment schedule. The patient should have the right to decide if, when and with whom to talk about the disease. This right should be considered before other points of view i. Where the haemoglobin level is allowed to fall too low, the patient may have difficulty in school.