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Pregnant women have about 35 percent of them with complications - such as weaning and premature birth - following iron deficiency, according to a recent study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology.
Iron deficiency can cause complications in every third pregnancyAccording to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 30 percent of the world's population is poor. THE A specific form of anemia is iron deficiency, in which the body is deficient in basic diseases, mainly iron. Iron is the most abundant in lung, beans, seeds, dried fruits. In iron deficiency, the body does not produce enough hemoglobin: it is the protein in the red blood cells that helps the body to oxygenate. If iron levels are inadequate, you will feel fatigued, will not have enough energy, will not breathe properly, but may also experience chest pain, Dr. Kris PoppeAccording to the director of the University Hospital of Saint-Pierre, Belgium, iron deficiency is particularly dangerous during pregnancy, because the body needs 27 mg of iron instead of the recommended 18 mg (in men, the recommended daily intake is 8 mg). Women also need more iron during pregnancy because the fetus and placenta need more blood cells.The experts have tested 1,900 women during pregnancy. According to their results, 35% of women suffered from mild to severe iron deficiency. It has also been found that the risk of complications increases with iron deficiency, so pay particular attention to iron intake.