|Anemia in Pregnancy and Prevention Needed|
In general, an examination of the potential of anemia in women is done at least twice during the pregnancy period. The first period usually occurs in the early of pregnancy period and at the age of about 28 weeks. Well, the gestation age ranges between 24-32 weeks is actually not the right time for testing or inspection of iron deficiency or anemia. Why? Because the body at the time had just experienced a huge surge in blood volume, and it takes some time to balance it. So the result of anemia examination won't be accurate if it performs in that time span. Therefore a test or re-examination of anemia should be performed during weeks 34-36 of gestation period.
- Diet activities to lose weight;
- Distance pregnancy of less than two years;
- Severe bleeding during menses;
- Consume foods that they have no or low of an iron subtance;
- The verdict of anemia after inspection test because it found the lower levels of iron.
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