Sickle cell disease is a common genetic disorder characterized by recurring episodes of pain that can continue throughout life. These episodes occur when sickled cells obstruct blood vessels, causing a varying degree of pain, which may range from a mild discomfort to a severe disabling pain. A drop-in body fluid levels is the main reason why the sickling process begins. The standard treatment for a sickle cell crisis includes the use of drugs to relieve pain and the administration of sufficient fluid levels.

The kidneys of people with sickle cell disease cannot process urine properly, which results in poor control of bodily fluids. To combat a sickle cell crisis, an increase in fluids are given to try and slow or stop the sickling process which should reduce the severity of pain during a crisis. Fluids may be given in many ways, but orally or intravenously are most common. Supplemental fluids may be given intravenously (IV), with the possibility to reduce the sickled red blood cells and increased fluids may be needed if the person is dehydrated or if a fever is present.

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DISCLAIMER: We do not diagnose or treat any medical condition or disease. Our products are for health maintenance only. Nothing in the information provided is intended
to treat or cure disease or to replace conventional medical approaches.  Please visit the Sickle Cell Awareness website for more information.