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How can low iron affect my period

Most women have Iron-deficiency anemia which is often caused by blood loss from the following: heavy menstrual periods, gastrointestinal bleeding, peptic ulcers, hiatal hernias or colon cancer. It may interest you also, to know that you may develop iron-deficiency anemia if you lack a sufficient amount of iron in your diet or stop absorbing iron.

If you don’t have enough iron, your body can’t make enough hemoglobin, the substance found in the red blood cells that allows them to carry oxygen to the tissues throughout your body.

Did you know that research shows that menstruation has been shown to be the major cause of anemia and iron deficiency in nulliparous women. 

The research explains that, one of the effective ways to help women is a prophylactic dose of iron and folate supplements which may be indicated for menstruating females to cushion the adverse effects of menstruation on hematologic status.

Some symptoms or signs that you have anemia are that you feel often sleepy, weak and moody.

With our specialized Nesferon brand you have the essential iron supplement your body needs to carry oxygen throughout the body.

Talk to our team of expert today, and we will be glad to assist.

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