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Anaemia In Pregnancy

Anaemia is the late manifestation of deficiency of nutrient (s) needed for hemoglobin synthesis. Most of the anaemia are due to inadequate supply of nutrients like iron, folic acid and vitamin B12, proteins, amino acids, vitamins A, C, and other vitamins of B-complex group i.e., niacin and pantothenic acid. Anaemia in pregnancy is a condition with effects that may be deleterious to mothers and fetuses and it is a known risk factor for many maternal and fetal complications. mia also results in an increased risk of premature delivery and low birth weights. Iron deficiency in late pregnancy results, in addition, in poor foetal iron stores known to alter brain iron content and neurotransmitters irreversibly in fetal life and postnatal babies

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