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Old 03-26-2012, 05:41 PM   #1
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If you are deficient in Iron, will you be fatigued all the time? How much iron should you be getting per day?
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My question to go along with this is can you get too much iron? My girl friend takes a multi that has iron in it and also takes an additional iron supplement.
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You can absolutely get too much iron. If you eat red meat, you should be fine. Iron Poisoning: Poisoning: Merck Manual Home Edition

Unless your doctor has recommended iron supplementation, I would stay away from it.
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If you are deficient in Iron, will you be fatigued all the time? How much iron should you be getting per day?
Yes fatigue will more than likely be a symptom of iron deficiency but it may well be a symptom of a variety of other conditions.

If you feel that you are deficient in iron get some blood work done.

Apparently it takes 3 months for the body to re-establish its red hemaglobin content; hubby had really low red blood count after a recent operation and has been placed on iron tablets but for 3 months and the reasoning for the 3 months is as pointed out by the doctor; after that time, the body should have balanced the blood count and there will be no need for the iron tablets.

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You can absolutely get too much iron. If you eat red meat, you should be fine. Iron Poisoning: Poisoning: Merck Manual Home Edition

Unless your doctor has recommended iron supplementation, I would stay away from it.
Fully agree with this statement.
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