I posted this under the "Why?" message board..whoops. This is where it belongs though..
Hey, I'm new to this forum.. All because I noticed myself chewing ice at work, and without any REAL work to do, I decided to hop on the internet and google "ice chewing" because I had heard numerous rumors that ice chewing is linked with sexual frustration. I, however, am regularly intimate with my boyfriend--so I didn't see HOW I could be sexually frustrated--I digress.
So on here, I read a few posts..including a lot about how many people's ice chewing has something to do with anemia.
Now here's my question: does ice chewing CAUSE this low iron level, or is the ice chewing a RESULT of anemia? Because I have a great iron level and certainly do not want to become anemic.
Thank you for your time. I'd appreciate some responses.[/b]