Venesection for Haemochromatosis
Haemochromatosis is an inherited (genetic) disorder which causes the body to absorb an excessive amount of iron from a person’s diet. The excess iron is stored in various organs – mostly the liver. This iron may also be stored in the heart, pancreas, testicles/ovaries, joints and skin.
Treating Haemochromatosis is quite simple, it consists regular removal of blood. This is known as venesection.
Contact us to make an appointment with Dr Sinead Cotter, Dr Rachel Finnegan or Dr Elaine Walsh. Phone on (021)431-9971