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no iron in my body
Hi, I'm TonyaB
I just had my first Infed infusion yesterday, hoping to feel better soon. Was told I only needed this one at 950 mg. Will have bloodwork again in May to see where levels are. Sure hope my ice cravings disappear, I even purchased a counter top ice maker during the initial pandemic when I couldn’t get ice from Wawa and have been making/eating ice every since. Also, I’m still taking iron orally w…   Read more…

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