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mam546 posted:
I'm so happy my glucose test came back fine from yesterday but it did show my Iron is low so onto an iron supplement I go. I'll take that instead
smithc27 responded:
Congrats on getting good results back!
~Charlotte(26), DH(27), Furry child Gin (Aussie), M/C 3/2/2011, BFP 6/6/2011 EDD 2/12/2012, Pink Team!
Lysana responded:
Yay, good news! Seems like iron is always low in pregnancy...I was shocked when the nurse told me they look for it to be from 12-16! Mine is always somewhere between 11.5 and 12.5...I had no idea the top of the range was 16! Yikes!
Kelly (32) ~~ Craig (36) ~~ Eliana (5) ~~ Joshua (3.5) ~~ Rebekah (1) ~~ Samuel John EDD 2/24/2012 ~~ ^i^ (Jan 2006) ~~ ^i^ Pumpkin (Mar 2011)
Mandy_Smiles responded:
Yay for good news! I hope the iron settles well with your stomach. I think it can make pregnant women nauseous.
Mandy 27, DH 32, Angel Baby @ 13weeks April 2010, my beautiful Gweneth Grace entered the world April 4, 2011. Current EDD 8/23/12. Green team!
mam546 replied to Mandy_Smiles's response:
I think it should be fine on my stomach. I belive I have taken it before after my 1st delivery but I'm more worried about the constipation. They suggested 1- 2 times a day so I think i'll start off with 1 x and get some high iron foods like total cereal and others.

After DS my doc just suggested to do total cereal since my levels were just a little down. I think that is easier to handle.

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