Immune Hemolytic Anemia is a disorder characterized by damage to the immune system produces antibodies that attack red blood cells as if these substances foreign to the body. These disorders often in men than women. The exact cause of this disorder is unknown.
This disease seems not to show any symptoms because of the nature of its development is slow. If it is severe then the patient will look like symptoms of patients with anemia.
If the symptoms of mild or if destruction of red blood cells appear to be slowing, there is no maintenance required. If the destruction of red blood cells increases, corticosteroids such as prednisone is usually the first choice for treatment.