Persons with sickle cell anemia can have symptoms such as yellow-appearing eyes and skin, pale skin, delayed growth, bone and joint pain, increased risk for infections, development of leg ulcers, eye damage, anemia and damage to the organs affected by the obstruction.
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Meat, fish and chicken (2-3 ounces of cooked lean meat, poultry or fish): no wider or thicker than the palm of your hand
Potatoes or rice: about the size of your fist
Bread: one roll the size of your fist or one slice as thick as your palm
Pasta (1/2 cup of cooked cereal, rice or pasta): two fistfuls
Pasta sauce: one fistful
Cheese: a one-inch cube, about the length from the tip of your thumb to the first joint down