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Heart, Blood and Circulatory System :
Anemia / Low Haemoglobin

Generally characterized by fatigue, breathlessness on exertion, palpitations, angina, and a desire to eat sand and clay, anemia is a condition wherein the body’s supply of iron to bone marrow falls dismally short of required levels. There are certain high-risk groups for anemia, such as pregnant women.

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1. Which specailist should I see if I have Anemia?

You should consult a general Physician.

2. What are the different ways to supplement iron?

Eating food which are rich in iron and taking iron tablets supplement the lack of iron in the body. Also, iron can be given intra muscularly. Iron dextran given IM reaches peak concentration in 24-48 hours.






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