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In children, megaloblastic anemia most often occurs as result of a dietary deficiency of folic acid. Folic acid is a "B" vitamin required for the production of normal red blood cells. Folic acid is present in foods such as green vegetables, liver, and yeast. It is also produced synthetically and added to many food items. Other causes of megaloblastic anemia include the following:
What are the symptoms of megaloblastic (pernicious) anemia?
Each child may experience symptoms differently, but common symptoms include:
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