Health Tip: Signs You're Getting Too Much Iron06/14/11
(HealthDay News) -- While iron deficiency is a big concern,
absorbing too much iron -- a condition known as hemochromatosis --
can also pose problems.
The womenshealth.gov website lists these warning signs of
hemocromatosis, one of the most common genetic conditions in the
- Feeling weak and fatigued.
- Losing weight.
- Arthritis, pain in the joints and pain in the abdominal
- A fluttering sensation in the chest and other heart
- Missing periods or early onset of menopause.
- Diminished sex drive and impotence.
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