You should see a doctor as soon as you notice increased or hard-to-stop bleeding (e.g. nose or gum bleeding) or increased bruises. In addition, you should also go see a doctor right away if you are fatigued, feel sick, or have a fever, night sweats, are pale, suffer from frequent infections, or if you have swollen lymph nodes. If you develop new anomalies or complaints, these should likewise be evaluated as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, we are as yet unaware of any existing support groups for patients with RUNX1 deficiency. We will add new information as it becomes available.