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Haemachromatosis is a genetic disorder characterized by increasing levels of iron in the blood over the years. There is an overwhelming feeling of fatigue, pain felt along the joints, erectile dysfunction in men and absence of menstrual periods in women. A faulty gene is the reason for the body’s ability to absorb more iron from food. Phlebotomy is the treatment used to remove excess iron in the body. Haemachromatosis also responds well to drug treatment used to remove excess iron.
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