If you feel tired, look pale, experience dizziness, lightheadness or irritability, you may have iron deficiency or iron deficiency anaemia. It is important to consult your GP for thorough investigation, diagnosis and treatment options. If indeed you are found to be low in iron, apart from dietary modification (see ab/link) and oral iron supplements, an iron infusion may be the right path for your recovery.
Do you know that iron can be replenished rapidly infused through your body, which provides a fast and effective way of treating iron deficiency? Eatons Hill Medical Centre is now offering patients the convenience of Iron Infusions in our comfortable and fully equipped medical practice. We are happy to provide this service on referral from other doctors should your condition meet the clinical criteria.
For further information regarding our Practice guidelines, preparation for Iron Infusion and associated costs, please refer to the following links:
Please ring on 3325 5559 and our friendly staff will help you with any questions you may have or book an appointment for you.
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