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Sickle-Cell Disease

Do sickle cell always have feverish?


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2012-06-24 15:06:58
2012-06-24 15:06:58

do sickle cell patients always suffer from feverish feelings


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yes and no in some cases your child will have gene and not always have sickle cell but in the next or later generations they may or may not have sickle cell

Carriers of the sickle cell gene are said to have sickle cell trait

Sickle cell trait can not lead to sickle cell disease. This is because the gene for Red blood cells are dominate over the gene for sickle cell. There for if you have sickle cell you can have some minor symptoms but usually you don't even know you have sickle cell trait. Sickle cell trait is rarely harmful and can almost never turn into sickle cell disease.

The sickle cell patient get malaria. The sickle cell trait patients or the carrier of sickle cell anaemia are resistant to malaria.

The shape of the cell is misshapen.

A single sickle-cell gene protects against malaria. Two sickle-cell genes produce sickle-cell disease.

A person can only inherit sickle-cell genes if some of their ancestors came from certain regions in Africa where the inhabitants carry sickle-cell genes. A person with one sickle-cell gene has sickle-cell trait, a milder problem. If both father and mother pass on sickle-cell genes, the child, with two genes, will have sickle-cell disease.

An example of point-mutation is sickle-cell anemia. Sickle-cell disease is hereditary.

Sickle Cell....... My son has been diagnosed with sickle cell trait. We are white and the doctors called it Sickle Cell Trait! hope this helps...

yes there are two concentrations of sickle cell they are: sickle cell trait: co-dominance is established and only 50% of your cells are malformed sickle cell anemia: sickle cell is totally dominant and all cells are malformed, this only happens when both alleles are coded for sickle cell

SICKLE CELL is an inherited genetic blood disorder. Sickle Cell was the 1st genetic disorder that was ever discovered. In order for a person to have "sickle cell disease" they have to inherit the sickle cell gene from each parent. Sickle cell happened because of a gene mutation that started because of Malaria. Everyone who had the "sickle cell trait" (One sickle cell gene) had a better chance of fighting off Malaria.

Unlike sickle cell disease, sickle cell trait does not cause health problems

The sickle cell trait is that you dont have the whole thing you have half of it which is called the trait

There is no current cure for sickle cell anemia.

to get sickle cell anemia you have to be born with it to get it.

Everyone carries genes that are responsible for creating hemoglobin. Some people carry the defective sickle cell hemoglobin gene. If you and your partner both have this sickle cell gene, it will be passed on to your child. As a result, your child will develop sickle cell anemia. If you carry the sickle cell gene and your partner does not, your child will become a carrier of the sickle cell gene. They will not experience any sickle cell symptoms, but may be able to pass the gene along to their children. People who carry the sickle cell gene but do not have sickle cell anemia are said to have "sickle cell trait".

Sickle cell is mostly genetic. Getting sickle cell is more likely if you are African American. But it's mostly hereditary.

sickle cell is related to malaria because sickle cell happens more often were malaria has been or is

NO, Sickle Cell Anemia is a Genetic Disorder that you inherit from your Parents. You are either born with it or not.

ITS GOOD 4 UR SICKLE CELL! When you have sickle cell, your body looses cells. Folic acid helps to create new cells.

Sickle cell anemia is a blood disorder characterized primarily episodes of pain. Sickle-cell anaemia is a form of sickle-cell disease in which there is homozygosity for the mutation that causes HbS.

Sickle Cell Anemia is an inherited disease.

Yes, Hispanics do get sickle cell anemia!

there is no cure for sickle cell but antibiotic for the pain

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