It’s normal to have mild anemia when you are pregnant. But you may have more severe anemia from low iron or vitamin levels or from other reasons.
Anemia can leave you feeling tired and weak. If it is severe but goes untreated, it can increase your risk of serious complications like preterm delivery.
Severe or untreated iron-deficiency anemia during pregnancy can increase your risk of having:
- A preterm or low-birth-weight baby
- A blood transfusion (if you lose a significant amount of blood during delivery)
- Postpartum depression
- A baby with anemia
- A child with developmental delays
We are very happy to announced that on the occasion of Independence day we have organised a FREE IV Total dose Iron Therapy camp for anemic pregnant ladies who’s Hemoglobin Less than 8%.
The camp was only for 15 days, from 15th August to 31st August 2015.
Most of the Anemic Pregnant ladies have registered and taken benefit of our camp. We have treated total 50 numbers of pregnant ladies with anemia till date. In future also we will keep doing this kind of camp to help poor and needy patients.