Complications of Sickle Cell Disease


Many symptoms and consequences can emerge as a result of a shortage of oxygen to the body's cells in sickle cell disease. These can occur at any age, and they differ from person to person. The improper function of sickle cells and their inability to move through small blood channels correctly can cause damage to the liver, heart, kidneys, gallbladder, eyes, bones, and joints. #WorldSickleCellDiseaseDay