Haemochromatosis and Haemochromatotic Arthritis
Haemochromatosis is a condition caused by a build up of iron in your body. Individuals with haemochromatosis absorb too much iron from food (iron overload) and the extra iron can damage organs, particularly the liver, pancreas, bones and joints.
To learn more about haemochromatosis, download the inforamtion sheet to help you understand how you may be affected and what you can do to manage it, as well as where to find further information and advice. Please note that this sheet has been written for people with joint pain and damage resulting from haemochromatosis.