Iron shots, or injections, are usually given to people with a severe iron deficiency or to people who are anemic. Iron is essential to the body, as it helps red blood cells transport oxygen to the muscles and organs. Known side effects of iron injections include, but are not limited to, flushing, headache, dizziness, and nausea. Some people complain of itchiness and redness at the spot of injection.
Iron injections are liquid solutions are injected into the blood stream or muscle through an IV. The reason people get these injections is to treat severe iron deficiency or anemia. There are four different types of injections, some are single doses, others are multiple doses. After treatment, it can take 10-14 days for the injections to take effect.
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