Haemochromatotic Arthritis

What is Haemochromatotic Arthritis?

Haemochromatosis is a condition caused by a build up of iron in your body. People with haemochromatosis absorb too much iron from food (iron overload) and the extra iron can damage organs, bones and joints. For more information about haemochromatosis and haemochromatotic arthritis including:

  • What is haemochromatosis?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What causes it?
  • How is it diagnosed?
  • What will happen to me?
  • Is there a cure for haemochromatosis?
  • What can I do?

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