Women absorb more iron than men, but iron deficiency is more common in women than men. This is due to blood loss during menstruation. The blood production for the fetus, breastfeeding and the use of an IUD, claim a lot of the iron reserves of a woman. Research has shown that women from puberty until menopause are at high risk of a chronic iron deficiency. Thus, anemia may occur. Complaints from women with iron deficiency include fatigue, pale skin, difficulty breathing on exertion, headaches, heart palpitations, poor appetite, and tingling hands and feet.
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