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Stomach irritation after taking iron supplements. On zinlori75, iron supplement for anemia . Suggestion for best iron supplement without side effects?

Hi, I am taking zinlori 75 and an Iron supplement . I had inflamation of the stomach lining, and I was anemic. I wanted to take an iron supplement which is less irritating for the stomach. Do you have a suggestion for the best iron supplement ( ferrous glucomate, fummertae, cheleated?)? Also, will the Zinlori 75, one a day, interfere with the absorption of the iron that I am taking?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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Are you sure that stomach inflamation was due to iron suppliments?

You may try any of the oral iron suppliments and see for your self which suits you best there is no definetive data or evidence with which we can say that which iron suppliment would be better. Zinlori generally do not interfear with absorption of iron and even if it does it does not matter if you are taking iron suppliment

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