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Hi, I have gastric bypass and recently my red blood cells level have decreased, so I developed anemia. Could anemia develop as result of insufficient iron intake or apsorbtion?

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Hi, since iron is partially absorbed in duodenum, gastric bypass can lead to deficincy in iron. The duodenum is bypassed along with the stomach. Iron deficiency can be a particularly seen in women who also lose blood in reproductive period of life by menstruations. You should take iron rich diet and have iron and hemoglobin levels checked once or twice a year. For menstruating women daily supplementation of iron should be in ferrous sulfate or ferrous gluconate 300 to 350mg per day. Vitamin C increases absorption of iron 5 to 6 times. There some commercial preparations of iron and vitamin C in combination.
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