Iron-Deficiency Anemia Signs & Symptoms (ex. Fatigue, “Spoon Nails”, Cracked Lips)

Iron-Deficiency Anemia Signs & Symptoms (ex. Fatigue, “Spoon Nails”, Cracked Lips)

Lesson on the Signs & Symptoms of Iron-Deficiency Anemia (and Anemia in general), including fatigue, depression, nail changes, cracked lips etc. Anemia is a condition with low hemoglobin levels, and iron-deficiency anemia is an anemia due to deficiency (low levels) of iron. Hemoglobin is responsible and necessary for oxygen delivery, so in a condition with low hemoglobin, oxygen delivery is impaired and leads to a host of different signs and symptoms. Iron-deficiency anemia can lead to more specific signs and symptoms, which we discuss in this lesson.

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