Complications from the sickle cells destroys rapidly and blocking blood flow and early breaking apart in the body of people with the disease ~ causing;
Attacks of abdominal pain,
Blood blockage in spleen or liver,
Bone pain or damage,
Delayed growth and puberty,
Cholelithiasis (gallstones) and cholecystitis may result from excessive bilirubin production and precipitation due to prolonged hemolysis.
Low red blood cell counts,
Priapism; painful and prolonged erection or painful episodes,
Increased risk of severe bacterial infections
Spleen damage makes sickle-cell disease patients, especially young children, easily overwhelmed by certain bacterial infections. It may be due to loss of spleen functioning tissues. Encapsulated organisms such as streptococcus, pneumonia and hemophilic influenza typically cause these infections.
Tissue damage (acute chest syndrome),
Ulcers on the lower legs (in adolescents and adults) or skin ulcers
A vascular necrosis of the hip and other major joints may occur as a result of ischemia.
Decreased immune reactions due to hypoplenism (malfunctioning of the spleen)
Osteomyelitis (bacterial bone infection), the most common cause of osteomyelitis in SCD is Salmonella, followed by Staphylococcus aureus and Gram-negative enteric bacilli perhaps because intravascular sickling of the bowel leads to patchy ischemic infarction.
Other symptoms include: Chest pain, Excessive thirst, Frequent urination, Infections increased, Jaundice, Yellowish eyes, Kidney damage and loss of body water in urine, Poor eyesight/blindness, and Strokes.
Stroke, which can result from a progressive narrowing of blood vessels, prevents oxygen from reaching the brain. Cerebral infarction occurs in children and cerebral hemorrhage in adults.
Silent stroke causes no immediate symptoms, but is associated with damage to the brain. Silent stroke is probably five times as common as symptomatic stroke. About 10–15% of children with SCD suffer strokes, with silent strokes predominating in the younger patients.
The following guidelines help to keep the sickle-cell patient healthy:
- Add folic acid (folate) daily to help make new red cells
- All vaccination till age six to prevent serious infection
- Drinking plenty of water daily
- Avoid too hot or too cold temperatures
- Avoid over exertion and stress
- Getting plenty of rest
- Getting regular check-ups from knowledgeable health care providers
Patients and families should watch for the following conditions that need an urgent medical evaluation; Fever, Chest pain, Shortness of Breath, increasing tiredness, Abdominal swelling, Unusual headache, any sudden weakness or loss of feeling, Painful erection that will not go down, Sudden vision change, Oxygen tension.
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