Our expert says:
Sonia, the best would be to make sure just how low your iron levels are by having your blood tested. The most common reason for young woman to have low iron levels is bleeding – usually menstruation, but it might also be due to something more serious like gastrointestinal bleeding. The best would be to see your doctor and have him sort it out for you. Good luck.
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