Anemia and Pregnancy.....2

Anemia and Pregnancy.....2

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3...  What is anemia during pregnancy?
If you're anemic, that means you have too few red blood cells (the cells that carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your blood) or they’re too small. If it's iron-deficiency anemia, it's due to low levels of iron in your blood. But there are many other types of anemia that are caused by illness or disease, such as sickle-cell anemia.
4...  Symptoms
Early on, you may mistake symptoms of anemia for normal symptoms of pregnancy; some pregnant women are completely unaware they're anemic until it's revealed in a blood test. But as the condition progresses, you may experience:
  • Excessive tiredness
  • Weakness
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • A rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • A numb or cold feeling in your hands and feet
  • A low body temperature
  • Pale skin
  • Chest pain
  • Irritability
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms and are concerned it might be anemia, be sure to let your doctor know
5...  How did I get anemia?
Your body may have problems making red blood cells, or they may die faster than it can make them. Low levels of iron or vitamin B12 can cause anemia; so can blood loss or an underlying disease (such as kidney disease). If it’s a blood disease such as sickle-cell anemia, thalassemia or aplastic anemia, you inherited it.

My advise
1..  Plenty of iron is available in your food such as vegetables, fruits, dry fruits etc..             2..  Take Iron rich foods before conceive...It is advisable to both couple.
3.    Oxygen is needed to carry Blood cells to your entire body and unborn child.  I told U many times that your lungs are designed by the God to take 6000 ml per minute.  This should adjust for your body as well as unborn child's requirements.  You should take care of your food which consumes less oxygen for your digestion so that remaining is useful to child's requirements i.e. to develop his body, brain cells, blood cells etc...                
4..  Once you conceive Iron requirements will increase day by day as your child is growing.   5.   Take Iron rich foods till your delivery.   Then you can enjoy with Healthy child.

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