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Overview-Sickle cell disease

Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Diagnosis
  5. Treatment
  6. Living with
  7. Carriers

Sickle cell disease is the name for a group of inherited health conditions that affect the red blood cells. The most serious type is called sickle cell anaemia.

Sickle cell disease is particularly common in people with an African or Caribbean family background.

People with sickle cell disease produce unusually shaped red blood cells that can cause problems because they do not live as long as healthy blood cells and can block blood vessels.

Sickle cell disease is a serious and lifelong health condition, although treatment can help manage many of the symptoms.Information:

Coronavirus advice

Get advice about coronavirus and sickle cell disease from the Sickle Cell Society

Symptoms of sickle cell disease

People born with sickle cell disease tend to have problems from early childhood, although some children have few symptoms and lead normal lives most of the time.

The main symptoms of sickle cell disease are:

  • painful episodes called sickle cell crises, which can be very severe and last up to a week
  • an increased risk of serious infections
  • anaemia (where red blood cells cannot carry enough oxygen around the body), which can cause tiredness and shortness of breath

Some people also experience other problems, such as delayed growth, strokes and lung problems.

Find out more about the symptoms of sickle cell disease

Causes of sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease is caused by a gene that affects how red blood cells develop.

If both parents have the gene, there’s a 1 in 4 chance of each child they have being born with sickle cell disease.

The child’s parents often will not have sickle cell disease themselves and they’re only carriers of the sickle cell trait.

Find out more about the causes of sickle cell disease

Screening and testing for sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease is often detected during pregnancy or soon after birth.

Screening for sickle cell disease in pregnancy is offered to all pregnant women in England to check if there’s a risk of a child being born with the condition, and all babies are offered screening as part of the newborn blood spot test (heel prick test).

Blood tests can also be carried out at any age to check for sickle cell disease or see if you’re a carrier of the gene that causes it.

Find out more about screening and testing for sickle cell disease

Treatments for sickle cell disease

People with sickle cell disease need treatment throughout their lives. This is usually delivered by different health professionals in a specialist sickle cell centre.

It’s also important for people with sickle cell disease to look after their own health using self care measures, such as by avoiding triggers and managing pain.

A number of treatments for sickle cell disease are available.

For example:

  • drinking plenty of fluids and staying warm to prevent painful episodes
  • painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen (sometimes treatment with stronger painkillers in hospital may be necessary)
  • daily antibiotics and having regular vaccinations to reduce your chances of getting an infection
  • a medicine called hydroxycarbamide (hydroxyurea) to reduce symptoms
  • regular blood transfusions if symptoms continue or get worse, or there are signs of damage caused by sickle cell disease
  • an emergency blood transfusion if severe anaemia develops

The only cure for sickle cell disease is a stem cell or bone marrow transplant, but they’re not done very often because of the risks involved.

Read more about how sickle cell disease is treated and living with sickle cell disease.

Outlook for sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease varies between individuals from mild to serious, but most people with it lead happy and normal lives.

Mild sickle cell disease may have no impact on a person’s day-to-day life.

But the illness can be serious enough to have a significant effect on a person’s life.

It can lead to health problems like strokes, serious infections and lung problems, which can occasionally be fatal.

Overall, the life expectancy for someone with sickle cell disease tends to be shorter than normal, but this can vary depending on the exact type of sickle cell disease they have, how it’s treated and what problems they experience.

Video: sickle cell anaemia

This video explains what sickle cell anaemia is and Junior describes living with the condition.Play VideoMedia last reviewed: 3 August 2018
Media review due: 3 August 2021

Carriers of sickle cell (sickle cell trait)

A carrier of sickle cell is someone who carries the gene that causes sickle cell disease but does not have sickle cell disease themselves. It’s also known as having the sickle cell trait.

People with the sickle cell trait will not develop sickle cell disease, but are at risk of having a child with it if their partner is also a carrier.

You can request a blood test to check if you carry the sickle cell trait from your GP surgery or the nearest sickle cell and thalassaemia centre.

Find out more about being a sickle cell carrier

The sickle cell support group

Finding out as much as possible about sickle cell disease may help you feel more in control of your illness.

The Sickle Cell Society is a UK charity for people with sickle cell disease.

Their website has a wide range of useful information, including news about research into the disorder.

Page last reviewed: 16 April 2019
Next review due: 16 April 2022

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Overview-Sickle cell disease

Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Diagnosis
  5. Treatment
  6. Living with
  7. Carriers

Sickle cell disease is the name for a group of inherited health conditions that affect the red blood cells. The most serious type is called sickle cell anaemia.

Sickle cell disease is particularly common in people with an African or Caribbean family background.

People with sickle cell disease produce unusually shaped red blood cells that can cause problems because they do not live as long as healthy blood cells and can block blood vessels.

Sickle cell disease is a serious and lifelong health condition, although treatment can help manage many of the symptoms.Information:

Coronavirus advice

Get advice about coronavirus and sickle cell disease from the Sickle Cell Society

Symptoms of sickle cell disease

People born with sickle cell disease tend to have problems from early childhood, although some children have few symptoms and lead normal lives most of the time.

The main symptoms of sickle cell disease are:

  • painful episodes called sickle cell crises, which can be very severe and last up to a week
  • an increased risk of serious infections
  • anaemia (where red blood cells cannot carry enough oxygen around the body), which can cause tiredness and shortness of breath

Some people also experience other problems, such as delayed growth, strokes and lung problems.

Find out more about the symptoms of sickle cell disease

Causes of sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease is caused by a gene that affects how red blood cells develop.

If both parents have the gene, there’s a 1 in 4 chance of each child they have being born with sickle cell disease.

The child’s parents often will not have sickle cell disease themselves and they’re only carriers of the sickle cell trait.

Find out more about the causes of sickle cell disease

Screening and testing for sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease is often detected during pregnancy or soon after birth.

Screening for sickle cell disease in pregnancy is offered to all pregnant women in England to check if there’s a risk of a child being born with the condition, and all babies are offered screening as part of the newborn blood spot test (heel prick test).

Blood tests can also be carried out at any age to check for sickle cell disease or see if you’re a carrier of the gene that causes it.

Find out more about screening and testing for sickle cell disease

Treatments for sickle cell disease

People with sickle cell disease need treatment throughout their lives. This is usually delivered by different health professionals in a specialist sickle cell centre.

It’s also important for people with sickle cell disease to look after their own health using self care measures, such as by avoiding triggers and managing pain.

A number of treatments for sickle cell disease are available.

For example:

  • drinking plenty of fluids and staying warm to prevent painful episodes
  • painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen (sometimes treatment with stronger painkillers in hospital may be necessary)
  • daily antibiotics and having regular vaccinations to reduce your chances of getting an infection
  • a medicine called hydroxycarbamide (hydroxyurea) to reduce symptoms
  • regular blood transfusions if symptoms continue or get worse, or there are signs of damage caused by sickle cell disease
  • an emergency blood transfusion if severe anaemia develops

The only cure for sickle cell disease is a stem cell or bone marrow transplant, but they’re not done very often because of the risks involved.

Read more about how sickle cell disease is treated and living with sickle cell disease.

Outlook for sickle cell disease

Sickle cell disease varies between individuals from mild to serious, but most people with it lead happy and normal lives.

Mild sickle cell disease may have no impact on a person’s day-to-day life.

But the illness can be serious enough to have a significant effect on a person’s life.

It can lead to health problems like strokes, serious infections and lung problems, which can occasionally be fatal.

Overall, the life expectancy for someone with sickle cell disease tends to be shorter than normal, but this can vary depending on the exact type of sickle cell disease they have, how it’s treated and what problems they experience.

Video: sickle cell anaemia

This video explains what sickle cell anaemia is and Junior describes living with the condition.Play VideoMedia last reviewed: 3 August 2018
Media review due: 3 August 2021

Carriers of sickle cell (sickle cell trait)

A carrier of sickle cell is someone who carries the gene that causes sickle cell disease but does not have sickle cell disease themselves. It’s also known as having the sickle cell trait.

People with the sickle cell trait will not develop sickle cell disease, but are at risk of having a child with it if their partner is also a carrier.

You can request a blood test to check if you carry the sickle cell trait from your GP surgery or the nearest sickle cell and thalassaemia centre.

Find out more about being a sickle cell carrier

The sickle cell support group

Finding out as much as possible about sickle cell disease may help you feel more in control of your illness.

The Sickle Cell Society is a UK charity for people with sickle cell disease.

Their website has a wide range of useful information, including news about research into the disorder.

Page last reviewed: 16 April 2019
Next review due: 16 April 2022

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CARICOM CAUCUS WINDRUSH DAY TRIBUTE
CARICOM Caucus Heads of Mission commemorated Windrush Day on 22nd June with a floral tribute at the African & Caribbean War Memorial at Windrush Square in Brixton.
The Heads of Mission were formally welcomed by the Mayor of Lambeth Councillor Annie Gallop and Councillor Sonia Winnifred, the Council’s Windrush Lead. High Commissioner for Antigua & Barbuda, H.E. Karen-Mae Hill spoke on behalf of the Caucus.
The short ceremony ended with a special Windrush poem by Attorney David Neita.

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Unable to post comment. Try again. MM Updates: How https://www.facebook.com continuing to target me on behalf of www.leyf.org.uk and cohorts. I have lost https://www.linkedin.com on behalf of www.nurseryworld.co.uk and cohorts? The same happened at https://www.twitter.com after I was trolled by some from www.jamaicalabourparty.com and cohorts. 

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CARICOM CAUCUS WINDRUSH DAY TRIBUTE
CARICOM Caucus Heads of Mission commemorated Windrush Day on 22nd June with a floral tribute at the African & Caribbean War Memorial at Windrush Square in Brixton.
The Heads of Mission were formally welcomed by the Mayor of Lambeth Councillor Annie Gallop and Councillor Sonia Winnifred, the Council’s Windrush Lead. High Commissioner for Antigua & Barbuda, H.E. Karen-Mae Hill spoke on behalf of the Caucus.
The short ceremony ended with a special Windrush poem by Attorney David Neita.

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Mervelee Ratty Nembhard
See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taA14IVIm9g to cut the #tokenism now

Unable to post comment. Try again. MM Updates: How https://www.facebook.com continuing to target me on behalf of www.leyf.org.uk and cohorts. I have lost https://www.linkedin.com on behalf of www.nurseryworld.co.uk and cohorts? The same happened at https://www.twitter.com after I was trolled by some from www.jamaicalabourparty.com and cohorts. 

Citi UK
This year, and every year we stand with the LGBT + community in celebration of #PrideMonth. At Citi we believe in equality and justice for people all over the world. Together, let’s applaud the rights of the LGBT + community.
#PrideMonth #Pride2021

Darnette Davis recently commented.
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tdSpon1soriuehd Β·
This day has always been a bitter sweet moment for me as it was this day June 22, 2003, 16 years ago I miscarried my baby girl, at 5 months… I will always remember and I will always celebrate her beauty … Rest on my angel… The daughter I almost had πŸ™‚

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This day has always been a bitter sweet moment for me as it was this day June 22, 2003, 11 years ago I miscarried my baby girl, at 5 months… I will always remember and I will always celebrate her beauty … Rest on my angel… The daughter I almost had πŸ™‚

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Why we must be #wary of https://www.facebook.com and #brainwashing We hope you enjoy looking back and sharing your memories on Facebook, from the most recent to those long ago.
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Mervelee Ratty Nembhard is #proud saying we were #schoolmates at #FromeSecondarySchool. He was always one of those Person with a #Purpose. Congratulations
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Renorio Jevi-star Downswell is with Arawak Camp FootballTeam and 23 others.
β€œThe older I get the more I realize how important it is to have a dad like you. You have provided stability in my life and the love and acceptance I needed. Happy Father’s Day! ”There’s no possible way I could pay you back for all that you have done for me growing up, but I greatly appreciate all your hard work raising me. I wouldn’t be who I am today without you.

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Mervelee Ratty Nembhard is with http://worldreferee.com/referee/valdin-legister/bio and Ervin Nembhard.
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Pauline Peart Mervelee Ratty Nembhard can #dentify all the #bigots on FACEBOOK. They are at every echelons from UK https://www.gov.uk government to Jlp www.jamaicalabourparty.com supporters to #JoeAldred who told me he wasn’t #comfortable with my “Personal Challenges”. To Lovena Brown who despite #supporting me throughout turn #traitor as part of the PRESS. Anything posted here example #BlackLivesMatter I will use for https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site. The HYPOCRISY of #DanielleWilliams www.hctgroup.org calling to #enquiry about my #husband to carry out your DUTTY WUCK. I am not ASHAMED of anything I have ever done. So now U know the MERIT of a photo when U were a BEAUTY QUEEN. If they don’t walk foot come trouble me I leave them alone.

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I only #learned abt Mama Lou’s #struggles when Ms Connie talked. Creating #legacies are important for future generations…
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Not #sure the #song in my #head matches the place I am with my life. Is it well with my #soul?
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My #brothers especially Balis & Ashter were always there for me 24/7. Man B. taught me how to #defend myself & ASUN the rest.
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Ah so https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taA14IVIm9g wants to #link if only #Facebookpaedophiles BUTT OUT??? We hope you enjoy looking back and sharing your memories on Facebook, from the most recent to those long ago.

ON THIS DAY  2 years ago Mervelee Ratty Nembhard
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I will leave everything in the #hands of the God of my #ancestors #parents #family and #fiends who gone on before. I will take whatever is coming like I have done throughout my life. God alone have the answers to whatever is to be the outcome of this time for Naheel Julene Brown Legister and http://worldreferee.com/referee/valdin-legister/bio. Today I offer the family in God’s keeping whilst I continue my #reflections. Father alone knows all about it? Father alone will understand why? Cheer up and #pray for #recovery. This my #grandson is just an innocent baby who has touched lives and shared love and joy to family and friends. We wait on God to deliver His mercies…
Valdin Legister is with Naheel Julene Brown Legister and Mervelee Ratty Nembhard.
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Lord, my faith in you is unquestionable so I know Mr President will be ok soon.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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Valdin Legister is with Naheel Julene Brown Legister and Mervelee Ratty Nembhard.
Lord, my faith in you is unquestionable so I know Mr President will be ok soon.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™
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Got the #soup just right with the #breadfruit. Mass Tom ate all his #dinner. Great achievement for his #carer.

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CONGRATULATIONS to my second son Kawayne on passing his PEP to Frome Technical High School. πŸ’–πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹βœ¨βœ¨πŸŒŸπŸŒŸ

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Just got back. Need to full up the tank. Can’t run on empty. #BrandMerveleeMyers is cemented…
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Kevin Murray & Valdin Legister, I just chat to #PearnelCharlesJNR. I asked who he is? Ur mum building brand for U…
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So www.jamaicalabourparty.com PLEASE ASK THE #Facebookterrorists to leave me alone because I CAN MAKE #GeorgeWright look like an ANGEL>>>

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Mervelee Ratty Nembhard is with http://worldreferee.com/referee/valdin-legister/bio and 7 others
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With God in the vessel, we can smile at the storms. I was brought up to put God first in all my doings. LEYF Nurseries will have to atone for their sins and discrimination.
ON THIS DAY  3 years ago  Mervelee Ratty Nembhard
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Cuz Myrna Nembhard do you know Joe Aldred?

ON THIS DAY  4 years ago
Mervelee Ratty Nembhard is feeling with Lloyd Walters in London, United Kingdom.
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I got in just in time to do the cooking. My #Husband collect his new dentures, so it’s back to baby food until he break them in. The amount of work I have to put in as Mass Tom www.southwarkcarers.org.uk is a full time job. But of course I have to make time for myself too.
It’s not the easiest of tasks, but everyday I’m beginning to understand my #MOTHER better. I am just realising how GOD created her for her purpose in life. It’s a pity there was no blueprints or instructions for her. Too late now and that’s why I am sat here making sure my Husband eat enough food to take him through the night before he goes to bed.
The day I say my Wedding Vows, was the day I promise to do all in my power to make his life as happy and comfortable as can be http://www.myvision.org.uk.
He’s stubborn like a March born MAN, but I can deal with him. When I bought him shoes, he refused to until… This morning he asks if I hide the other pair, no its in the bag from I bought it. So he’s going to wear it he said. I have to polish the one this morning.
I certainly don’t have time for much else these days. Now Mr T is perking up, can do other things now.
Like see if there’s any new interesting posts…? I am proper sweating https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site.

ON THIS DAY 4 years ago
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Proud of my connection. Thanks to my #Coach_WinsomeDuncan for guidance along another of the transitional journey.
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Grange Hill Westmoreland, my #MOTHER, Father’s Ancestral Home. Chambers Lane Sterling.
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Three Government Scholarships. Left to right, Donoya Finnikin 99.4 average, Shania Satahoo 98.3 and Shantay Harvey 99.4. Go Grange Hill Primary School in the parish of Westmoreland
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