Am I at risk?
Are you worried that you might be at risk of iron deficiency? People of all ages can become iron deficient, but there are certain long-term conditions and lifestyle choices that make iron deficiency more likely. These include conditions that may cause blood loss, affect how well you absorb iron from your food, limit your intake of iron rich foods, or increase the amount of iron that your body needs.
Do You Feel "More Than Tired"?
Everyone gets tired from time to time, but if you feel exhausted every day, it may be that you are suffering from fatigue. How do you tell the difference between tiredness and fatigue?
Chronic Heart Failure
If you have been told you have chronic heart failure it means that your heart is not working well enough to pump the blood your organs and tissues need around your body.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
IBD is the name for a group of conditions where your gastrointestinal tract (your small and large intestines) becomes inflamed.
Chronic Kidney Disease
If you have been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, commonly known as CKD, your chances of having anaemia increase. Iron deficiency could be playing a role in this anaemia.