Anemia During Pregnancy: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment


Anemia is a condition that is caused by having too little iron in your bloodstream. Iron is used to make a vital component in your red blood cells called hemoglobin – it is hemoglobin that makes your blood red in color, and it’s also used to transport vital oxygen around your body to help your cells and organs function effectively. If you don’t have enough iron, you can’t make enough hemoglobin...

Low Iron Symptoms


Iron is crucial in the blood and particularly in the red blood cells where it is used to help carry oxygen around the body to where it is needed. This in other words means that if you have a low iron count in your bloodstream, you will most likely also have a low red blood cell count and a low oxygen count and that will result in many unwanted symptoms. This condition is called anemia and being...

How to Increase Hemoglobin Levels


A low amount of hemoglobin in the blood is a problem that affects many people and is known technically as anemia. Hemoglobin is the term used to describe the red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body, and so anemia can result in ‘hypoxia’ which is a lack of oxygen in the blood. Oxygen is crucial for converting glucose and glycogen into usable energy (ATP) and so this problem...

Neglis Aplastic Anemia


About Neglis Aplastic Anemia Neglis Aplastic Anemia is a disease that affects the bone marrow and results in its losing its ability to replenish blood cells. This is usually caused by other bone marrow disorders which leaves them unable to function properly (for instance lupus which causes the immune system to attack the healthy cells in the bone marrow) and can be acquired (which accounts for...

Anaemia Due to Iron Deficiency


If you have anaemia, that means that you have a low iron count in your blood stream. This then results in unwanted symptoms and most notably tiredness. The reason for this is that the iron is crucial to making up your red blood cells – those cells which carry the oxygen around our body and that give us our rosy complexion. These red blood cells in particular are paramount for the ‘aerobic...

Tiredness Caused by Iron Deficiency Anemia


The term iron deficiency is simply defined as lack of blood in the body. If you don’t have enough blood inside your body, there’s something wrong with you and it will affect most part of your system including their functions. 20% of women are anemic more than men according to a data of the world health organization. Women are prone to anemia because they have smaller stored iron inside their body...

The 6 Common Types of Anaemia


There are several types and classifications of anaemia. This is a condition in which the body lacks the amount of red blood cells to keep up with the body’s demand for oxygen. Understanding the different classifications can help to recognise the symptoms and also to avoid anaemia in the first place… Iron Deficiency Anaemia Iron deficiency anaemia is a condition in which the body has...

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