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Hemoglobin D trait (AD)

Hemoglobin D trait (AD): Introduction

Hemoglobin D trait (AD): A genetic trait which produces no symptoms but carriers who produce children with parteners who are also carriers may have children who inherit sickle cell disease. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Hemoglobin D trait (AD) is available below.

Symptoms of Hemoglobin D trait (AD)

Treatments for Hemoglobin D trait (AD)

  • No treatment is required as this is a carrier state and not a disease, and has no symptoms, but genetic counselling is important to explore issues surrounding future children
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Causes of Hemoglobin D trait (AD)

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  1. Hemoglobin D trait (AD): Introduction
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  4. Treatments
  5. Misdiagnosis
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