Our expert says:
Bell, it is fine to just treat an infection the first time, but if it repeats within a short time more tests need to be done and the treatment needs to be followed up.
The most common cause of low iron levels in you people is blood loss. In women menstruation is the most common cause and after that it is blood loss from the gastro-intestinal tract (ulcers, polyps, etc.). The best would be to see a specialist physician if you don’t suffer from heavy periods. Good luck.
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