The main substance of red blood cell, which assist to carry oxygen from air into the lungs to all parts of body. In general, hemoglobin can be saturated with oxygen molecules (oxyhemoglobin) or de-saturated with oxygen molecules (deoxyhemoglobin). Normal red blood cells contain hemoglobin A. Hemoglobin S and C are abnormal types of hemoglobin. Normal red blood cells are soft and round and can squeeze through tiny blood tubes, vessels. Normally, RBC live for about 120 days before new ones replace them. People with sickle cell conditions make a different form of hemoglobin called hemoglobin S (S stands for sickle). RBC containing mostly hemoglobin S do not live as long as normal red blood cells (normally about 16 days). They also become stiff, distorted in shape and have difficulty passing through the body’s small blood vessels. When sickle-shaped cells block small blood vessels, less blood can reach that part of body. Tissue that does not receive normal blood flow eventually becomes damaged. This is what causes complications of sickle cell disease. Sickle Cell Disease are: Sickle Cell Anemia (SS), Sickle-Hemoglobin C Disease (SC), Sickle Beta-Plus Thalassemia and Sickle Beta-Zero Thalassemia.
Sickle Cell trait (AS) is an inherited condition in which both hemoglobin A and S are produced in red blood cells, always more A than S. Sickle cell conditions are inherited from parents in much the same way as blood type, hair color and texture, eye color and other physical traits. The types of hemoglobin a person makes in red blood cells depend upon what hemoglobin genes the person inherits from his or her parents. Like most genes, hemoglobin genes are inherited in two sets-one from each parent. If one parent has Sickle Cell Anemia and other is Normal, all of the children will have sickle cell trait.
Sickle cells are destroyed rapidly in body of people with the disease causing anemia, jaundice and formation of gallstones. It also block the flow of blood through vessels resulting in lung tissue damage (acute chest syndrome), pain (arms, legs, chest and abdomen), stroke and priapism (painful prolonged erection). It also causes damage to most organs including spleen, kidneys and liver. Damage to spleen makes sickle cell disease patients, especially young children, easily overwhelmed by certain bacterial infections.
Complications from sickle cells blocking blood flow and early breaking apart includes:
anemia ‘low red blood cell counts
blood blockage in spleen or liver
gallstones early signs
infections more likely
jaundice or yellow eyes
kidney damage and loss of body water in urine
priapism, painful erections
ulcers particularly on leg more
All of the childhood immunizations should be given. Because of low immunity there is need for a check-up for fever and serious infection.
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.
Though, the concept TriOrigin itself a powerful tool that aids in strengthening the immune process and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increase both the ability to function and quality of lives. The concept assisted many people who were not successfully treated through conventional medicine. TriOrigin a traditionally accomplished through insertion of micro needles at certain energy meridians located in miniature form of fingers, hands. The course of treatment is definitely benefited to such patients, it is quite possible to increase the immunity, hemoglobin level, blood cells count. No medication is to be stopped immediately until there is a pathological positive reports.
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