Do You Need An Iron Supplement?

The only way to verify your iron needs are being met, is to check with a registered doctor who will have you undergo a simple blood test to confirm your stored iron levels, and iron available in your bloodstream. Iron deficiency or low iron can affect anyone. You may be at risk of iron deficiency or low in iron if you:

  • Are a women of childbearing age with heavy menstrual periods
  • Have a chronic or underlying health condition such as Endometriosis, or Celiac disease
  • Are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant
  • Are an athlete who does regular, vigorous exercise
  • Eat a nutritionally poor diet or have trouble absorbing iron from food sources
  • Are a vegetarian following a plant-based diet

Iron deficiency is the world’s most common nutritional disorder, so if you are suffering from low iron, know that you are not alone. Thanks to IronOne’s new Liposomal Iron Technology, treatment is now more convenient, effective, and free from side effects than ever.

Am I Experiencing Symptoms Associated with Low Iron or Iron Deficiency Anemia?

Try this evaluation now and share the results with your doctor

Adult Symptom Checker

How often do you experience the following symptoms?

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  • Very Frequently
  • Occasionally
  • Rarely
  • Very Rarely
  • Never

Fatigue

Weakness

Irritability

Headaches

Pale Skin

Lowered Immunity (infection, flu, colds)

Difficulty Concentrating

Bruise Easily

Inflamed Tongue

Irregular Heartbeat/ Palpitations

Shortness of Breath

Dizziness

Chest Pain

Cold Hands and Feet

Child Symptom Checker

How often does your child or toddler experience the following symptoms?

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  • Very Frequently
  • Occasionally
  • Rarely
  • Very Rarely
  • Never

Tiring Easily After Play / Weakness

Pale Skin

Fussiness/ Irritability

Decreased motor skills (writing / picking up small items)

Pale Skin

Whitened Nail Bed (instead of pinkish)

Difficulty Concentrating

Loss of Appetite

Increased Sweating

Irregular Heartbeat/ Palpitations

Shortness of Breath

Dizziness

Trouble Learning/ Behavioral Issues

Cold Hands and Feet