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What to Expect From Iron Infusions

Iron infusions are a good treatment option for people with iron-deficiency anemia who can't try other common treatments, like oral medications.

Understanding Iron-Deficiency Anemia

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What Is an Infusion Chair for Anemia?

Some people with iron-deficiency anemia need an iron infusion received in an infusion chair at the doctor’s office or hospital.
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Most people with chronic kidney disease develop anemia. What's the connection?
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How IBD Can Cause Low Iron Levels

Many people with inflammatory bowel disease develop low iron levels in their blood, which can result in anemia.
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Treatment Options for Iron-Deficiency Anemia

Iron is essential for producing healthy red blood cells, and iron-deficiency anemia can be effectively treated in several ways.
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5 Reasons to See a Specialist For Iron-Deficiency Anemia

An iron-deficiency anemia specialist, called a hematologist, has the right skills and insight to treat your iron-deficiency anemia.

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