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Women of reproductive age are at increased risk of anaemia because of chronic iron depletion during the menstrual cycle. It is estimated that worldwide there are 469 million anaemic women of reproductive age. At least half of the cases are attributed to iron deficiency.
We share the WHO guidleines for Intermittent iron and folic acid supplementation in menstruating women.