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Pregnant, starting to retain water and tired. Have anemia and low oxygen levels. Dangers?

Hi, I m 13 weeks pregnant and starting to retain water and i get very tired. I have aneamia and low oxygen levels. I ve been taking a suplement with proanthocynidins, vit b and folic acid , and been feeling much better and my energy levels are also up Is it safe to take this? Can proanthocynidins do any harm to my baby?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Anemia in pregnancy needs to be treated as early as possible as this may lead to many complications as the pregnancy advances- like, low-birth weight babies who are also anemic, premature labor, abortions, postpartum hemorrhages and in severe cases heart failure also. The medicines you are taking are safe for the baby. You can also supplement iron with your doctor's advice as you are about to enter the second trimester. Take plenty of greens, protein-rich food and fruits. Please have further suggestions from your doctor. Take care.
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