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    Tito Oye
    Keymaster

    Just because we’re on lockdown doesn’t mean that sickle cell is non-existent. We may still be experiencing the symptoms of sickle cell just as much as, or maybe even more than, before.

    During this pandemic, I am trying to avoid the hospital whenever possible so I have been doing all I can at home to stay healthy.

    When it comes to managing a crisis at home, what do you do to help? 

    #15369
    Kassem Banawer
    Participant

    In my case and this is happens a lot of times i have an Urgent Plan at home such of Medication like opioid ampules and saline and i can manage myself even no body with me i have an experience about saline and the medication doses, so that’s it and sure i will contact my doctor to inform him on phone and he will control my dosage, that’s all.

    #15421
    Michael Quadri
    Moderator

    It is good to know that you are keeping on top of things.   I know that procedures and protocols have changed drastically and it is really good to know that you have been managing well.

    #15423
    Kassem Banawer
    Participant

    yes sure Michael the man can be doctor himself, i have a wide experience in my SCD case and i can manage it, even that takes a lot of suffered years from my life at least now i’m little stable, thanks god.

     

     

     

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