Importance of Iron in your pregnancy ... 3

Importance of Iron in your pregnancy ... 3


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Importance of Iron in your pregnancy ... 3
Posted in 2013

Symptoms of Iron deficiency


You might not have any symptoms, especially if your anemia is mild. Sometimes tiredness is the only symptom you notice. And it's common to feel tired during pregnancy, so many women don't realize that a lack of iron is making them feel more tired than normal.
Fatigue and weakness are the most common symptoms of severe anemia. Other symptoms include:
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Pale complexion
  • Palpitations
  • Chest pain
  • Irritability or poor concentration
  • An unpleasant urge to move your legs during periods of inactivity (restless legs syndrome)
  • Leg cramps
  • Craving nonfood items (pica) or ice to suck or chew on
  • Pale lips, inner eyelids, and the inside of your mouth
  • Spoon-shaped nails
  • Glossy tongue
  • Cracks in the corners of your mouth
If you have above symptoms than you should consult your doctor.
Iron is available in your healthy food eat well to avoid the above problems


My advise
1....   You need to protect yourself from anemia and also protect your child from iron deficiency
2...    Your child need Iron to form his blood
3...    Having severe iron-deficiency anemia may even increase the risk of stillbirth and newborn death.
4...   mild iron deficiency shouldn't affect your baby while you're pregnant. But research also suggests that mild iron-deficiency anemia that goes untreated and becomes more severe during pregnancy – especially in the first two trimesters – is linked to an increased risk of a baby being born with a low birth weight.
5...  Plenty of Iron is available in your vegetables and fruits.  It will not harm to you and your child.  So eat well and have healthy child

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