Many hereditary conditions can raise your risk of having stroke-like Sickle Cell disease. However, external factors have more influence on your increased risk rather than genetics, because children share environments, habits, and other variables which can influence the likelihood of having a stroke. If the disease is present in the family, it's vital to routine conduct medical tests, particularly if you're 55 or older.
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