A 67-year-old female asked:
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i need a calcium citrate supplement with d with no artificial sweeteners. i am sensitive to them and have had roux en y.

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Dr. Thomas Knecht
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I'm sure they exist: Hi. I'd suggest you read the labels of these products to see what's in them. If that fails, ask the pharmacist. I'm sure products like what you're looking for exist. Good luck!
Answered on May 31, 2018

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