Moms know best––we should know, a mom founded us. Our CEO, Erika, has had anemia since childhood and created AnemoCheck to give everyone an easy way to estimate their hemoglobin levels. Like many mothers after childbirth, her hemoglobin levels dropped severely after giving birth. Luckily, she was able to use AnemoCheck to track her health while being there for her new son, Colin.
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Hemoglobin is found in your blood, and when you’re pregnant your body has to produce more blood to support you and your child––which means your body needs more hemoglobin. Close to a quarter of expectant mothers in the United States have low hemoglobin levels.
This can affect you by making you feel fatigued, out of breath, and may cause headaches and chest aches. It can also affect your child, though––studies have shown low hemoglobin levels can lead to premature birth, birth defects, and low birth weight.