Sickle cell Amnia
Information on Sickle cell Amnia
What is Sickle Cell Amnia?
What A Sickle Cell Looks Like
A sickle cell (left) and a red blood cell (right)
Swollen hands are one of the signs for a child who has Sickle cell Amnia.
Episodes Of Pain
One of Sickle cell Amnia symptoms is episodes of pain which is period or episodes of pain.
- Sickle Cell Anemia is a Inherited disease.
- Most common to happen to people in Africa.
- Sickle cell disease prevents oxygen from reaching the spleen, liver, kidneys, lungs, heart, or other organs, causing a lot of damage.
- Unlike normal red blood cells, which can live for 120 days, sickle-shaped cells live only 10 to 20 days.