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    Considering taking medication to treat Anemia in Low Birthweight Infants? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Anemia in Low Birthweight Infants. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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    ferrous sulfate oral     90 User Reviews
    Procrit injection     77 User Reviews
    Feosol oral     20 User Reviews
    Epogen injection     19 User Reviews
    Infed injection     18 User Reviews
    ferrous gluconate oral     12 User Reviews
    NovaFerrum oral     10 User Reviews
    FeroSul oral     7 User Reviews
    epoetin alfa injection     5 User Reviews
    ferrous fumarate oral     5 User Reviews
    Fergon oral     5 User Reviews
    iron oral     3 User Reviews
    vitamin E oral     2 User Reviews
    Fer-Iron oral     2 User Reviews
    Aquasol E oral     1 User Reviews
    wheat germ oil oral     1 User Reviews
    polysaccharide iron complex oral     1 User Reviews
    Nu-Iron oral     1 User Reviews
    Icar oral     1 User Reviews
    vitamin E (dl, acetate) oral     1 User Reviews
    Ferretts IPS oral     1 User Reviews
    vitamin E acetate oral     1 User Reviews
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    Wee Care oral     Be the first to review it
    IronUp oral     Be the first to review it
    vitamin E succinate oral     Be the first to review it
    Children's Iron oral     Be the first to review it
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    NovaFerrum 125 oral     Be the first to review it
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