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Iron deficiency anaemia warning signs and symptoms as NHS says 'see GP'

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Iron deficiency anaemia is caused by lack of iron and if you think you have it, the NHS warns people that you need to book a GP appointment.There are a number of warning signs and symptoms that can indicate that you have low iron, but what are these and what should you do?According to the health service, if you think you might have iron deficiency anaemia, you should see a GP who can help you by prescribing you iron tablets or advising which iron-rich foods you can eat.Iron deficiency can be caused by blood loss or pregnancy.

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