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Iron Out Infertility

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DELLMEL

11/8/2013 4:28:31 PM

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This article is not for me. Too late now. All finish.

SANDIBETTS1

3/11/2012 9:20:41 AM

I am past pregnancy, however, I do know young women who may benefit from this info.

SUCCESS68

7/9/2011 1:27:08 PM

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I have always heard of needing iron during child bearing years. And the older folks stressed proper nutrition. My generation/socioeconomic group ate a lot of meat. We followed the American trend at the time. Now we realize that we need 75% fruits, veggies, grains, etc. There is definitely something there.

CARISASANDERS

6/21/2011 12:32:25 PM

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I cant see spinach as the reason for infertility by a long shot.

JONICACALDWELL

6/20/2011 5:09:48 PM

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Are they not allowed to recommend meat? Doesn't it have the highest amount of iron? Red meat?

CMBELISLE

3/18/2011 1:02:10 PM

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Odd how they keep recommending spinach as a source of iron when recent articles keep stating that something in spinach interferes with iron absorption.

JUNEAU2010

7/14/2010 4:33:43 PM

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Maybe that's why I never conceived. Now it's too late...

KGWINDER

8/30/2009 4:34:43 AM

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Or TOO HIGH IRON. I did five years of IVF without success and with hindsight found I had hemochromatosis, previously I had repeated miscarriages....Iron maybe a factor, but what is key - is yours in the right range. Also does it stay in the right range after becoming pregnant.

Other symptoms are aching hands, tiredness.....

JIBBIE49

9/10/2008 1:20:59 PM

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Interesting.

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