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Anaemia in pregnancy

During pregnancy, some women become anaemic, which means they have too few red blood cells in their body.

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Iron studies - Pathology Tests Explained

Why and when to get tested for iron studies

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Iron deficiency anaemia in children - MyDr.com.au

Many children do not get enough iron from their diet to meet the demands of their growing bodies. This can result in low body iron and eventually iron deficiency anaemia (low haemoglobin).

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Iron and iron deficiency - Better Health Channel

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Food - Ways to boost iron intake for babies, toddlers and children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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Anaemia in children & teenagers | Raising Children Network

Anaemia is usually caused by not having enough iron in your body. Children with anaemia might look pale and get tired. It’s a good idea to see your doctor.

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Anaemia - MyDr.com.au

If results from a full blood count indicate you have anaemia, there are further blood tests that can be done to determine the cause of your anaemia.

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Anaemia

Anaemia describes a condition where there is a low red blood cell count or low haemoglobin level.

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Food - Vegetarian eating in children | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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Anaemia - Better Health Channel

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