Symptoms of allergic reaction include swelling in the mouth or throat, trouble breathing, weakness, hoarseness or wheezing, a fast heart beat, hives, dizziness, paleness, and a high fever.
The physical examination may reveal paleness, and lack of color in the creases of the palms, in gums, and in the linings of the eyelids.
The physical examination may reveal paleness, lack of color in the creases of the palm, gums, and the linings of the eyelids.
If untreated, beta thalassemia major can lead to severe lethargy, paleness, and growth and developmental delay.
The infected person develops a high fever and possibly a rapid heartbeat when lying down, paleness, shortness of breath, and fluid retention.