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Ice !

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 10, 2010
  • 05:32 AM

Hello, so ice chewing does NOT CAUSE anemia, but is only a symtom?
I've been chewing Ice for as long as I can remember but I eat normal and only chew ice after I have drank my drink,(which I sometimes get ice water only to then eat the half melted ice.) but about 3 years ago my Doc told me I was borderline anemic, would my ice chewing raise that risk??

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