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Can missing ovulation (12days spotting and bleeding) be the caused of low iron?

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Dr. Edward Neilsen
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In brief: Yes

Irregular, heavy, or frequent periods is a very common cause of anemia and low iron in women.
Often birth control pills can help regulate this, but sometimes iron supplements or vitamins with iron are required.

In brief: Yes

Irregular, heavy, or frequent periods is a very common cause of anemia and low iron in women.
Often birth control pills can help regulate this, but sometimes iron supplements or vitamins with iron are required.
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