If you pale and dry skin or mucous membranes, frequent headaches, fainting occur and dizzy, you feel weakness, anxiety, quickly get tired, have problems with the gastrointestinalintestinal tract, and there is a reduced or increased appetite, contact your doctor.You will be assigned a blood test to detect, there is a lack of hemoglobin, or not.
If the doctor has diagnosed anemia, you will be discharged iron supplements, which are divided into ionic salts in the form of modern nonionic agents representing the iron complex with the sugars and proteins.The second group is easier to carry and gives the minimum number of side effects.
Take drugs only on prescription.Independent and uncontrolle
d intake of iron tools is unacceptable.Taking drugs for a long time is necessary.The doctor may prescribe a course of 3 to 6 months, depending on the general condition, the tolerability and repeated laboratory tests.
take prescribed medications for 2 hours before meals or 2 hours after a meal.If you are ill carry prescription drugs, tell your doctor.Perhaps you will be replaced by another drug or appoint reception during the meal, but in this case the iron is absorbed much worse, and treatment will be long.
Basically drugs cause side effects of ferrous iron, which currently are assigned very rarely due to the fact that there were drugs whose side effects are minimized.
If you receive ferrokal, ferronal, ferropleks, take 2 tablets 4 times a day, unless the doctor has recommended a different dose.Konferon, tardiferon, gyno-tardiferon, Sorbifer, deruleks take therapeutic purposes: 1 capsule or tablet 2 times a day as a prophylactic - 1 tablet or capsule 1 time per day.
Wash down with water prescribed medications, while others do not take vitamins or medicines.At the time of reception of iron refuse medication tetracycline, by means of calcium from antacids.Do not drink coffee, milk, tea, remove from the diet of whole grains.
regularly visit a doctor for re-examination.If you present nausea, constipation, heartburn, feeling of fullness in the stomach, consult your doctor.You reduce the dose or changing medication.