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Leafy greens like spinach, liver, meat, especially red meat, beans.  Take vitamin C with your iron - maybe try a liquid iron supplement instead...
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No, your body does not make potassium.  Potassium comes from food and it's rather hard to get high levels, usually.
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Erythrocytosis means there are more red cells in the blood than normal.  That would make sense if you also have hemochromatosis.
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Start with family practice doctor, and you may want to talk to an endocrinologist.  However, another possibility might be a naturopath. ...
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Hi As it was just for iron, they would not test for anything else, its not the way it works doing any other testsIf you think you have an STI then go...
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Hi This little piece of info you can find if look at platelet levels.The normal range for platelets is approximately 150,000 to 450,000.So how at16.8...
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Black, green and oolong tea contain tannins that bind to iron and decrease its absorption. Herbal teas can have tannins too but it varies from tea to...
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Hi Do have a read of this link its form the UK's NHS, all very helpful.http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Anaemia-iron-deficiency-/Pages/Diagnosis...
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Iron pills will not "harden your arteries". I don't know the underlying reason why your doctor is suggesting iron pills, so I would...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Mild anemia is usually not serious. When iron deficiency is left untreated medical problems may occur as follows:- Growth retardation in infants and...
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I'm not a doctor, but you should be fine.
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Your MEDICAL provider should be addressing any low-iron levels experienced by your teenage daughter. The extent and type of treatment will depend on...
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