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  • For Mothers

    Throughout my pregnancy, and post - delivery, Chemiron's unique and effective ingredients have helped me keep myself and my baby healthy and fit. The folic acid gives me peace of mind, knowing my DNA formation is normal and the chances of NTDs are significantly reduced.

  • For Athletes

    Chemiron provides me with enough iron to keep my blood nourished and my oxygen levels enhanced - this ensures I’m at my best when I’m on the field and have the energy to excel everyday. Taking Chemiron everyday has become a part of my fitness regime.

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    The magnesium oxide in Chemiron’s formula allows me to stay on top of life, during my constantly hectic and busy work schedule. No more fatigue, feeling overworked and drained... Chemiron constantly boosts my nervous and muscular system... allowing me to live life in the fast lane.

  • For Over 40s

    Although ageing is a fact of life, the process can be slowed by the adequate intake of B complex vitamins and Vitamin A - Chemiron has helped keep our hair, skin and teeth radiant; making us look as young as we feel. We are ready for a bright and healthy future.

Iron Deficiency Anaemia

Background information on the causes and symptoms of Iron deficiency anaemia.

Iron deficiency is defined as a decreased total iron body content. Iron deficiency anemia occurs when iron deficiency is severe enough to diminish erythropoiesis and cause the development of anemia. Iron deficiency is the most prevalent single deficiency state on a worldwide basis. It is important economically because it diminishes the capability of individuals who are affected to perform physical labor, and it diminishes both growth and learning in children. Posthemorrhagic anemia is discussed in this article because it is an important cause of iron deficiency. The acute and potentially catastrophic problems of hypoxia and shock that can occur from significant hemorrhage or severe iron deficiency are discussed elsewhere; however, daily blood losses can be small and may be overlooked. Occasionally, patients with severe iron deficiency anemia from slow but persistent gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding have repeatedly negative testing of stool for hemoglobin. Therefore, it is important for the clinician to be aware of characteristics of the anemia at all intervals after the onset of bleeding.

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