Among different groups of hemophiliacs, those suffering from Severe Hemophilia A (SHA) are most vulnerable to the complications of the disease. This study investigated the Health-Related Quality of Life (HR-QoL) among adult patients with SHA. A cross-sectional study was designed to gather demographic and clinical information from adult patients with SHA. Patients with inhibitors were excluded. The remaining were asked to complete the HR-QoL questionnaire after being examined for joint health using the Hemophilia Joint Health Score (HJHS). The HR-QoL and joint conditions were measured in 38 patients. The mean EQ-5D value scores were 0.46 (SD=0.23) while the mean Visual Analogous Scale score was 50 (SD=18.7). The clinical examination of patients indicated that the HJHS were as follows: eight patients had a score of 55-75, 12 patients had a score of 40-55, 7 of them (25-40) and 11 patients had a score of 10-25. The results obtained from this study showed that HRQoL in hemophilia patients was considerably low. Pain, anxiety/depression, and motion limitations were the main causes of the disutility for these patients respectively.