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Calcium 600 Plus Soy Medication
Non-dairy & soy Ca!:
These are in order:
sesame seeds-almonds-flax seeds-greens (turnip, mustard, kale, dandylion)-brocholli- brazil nuts-herring. ...Read more
Is it neglect for a parent to not give a child milk? My daughter is 12 and resides primarily with her father. Because of his wifes weird food habits she is not allowed to drink milk. Only soy and she doesn't much of it. She won't take calcium as she can't
No, if she gets: Enough calcium, which is as simple as eating Tums & Vitamin D. Let her read :http://youngwomenshealth. Org/2013/10/17/calcium/ Adequate calcium intake & weight-bearing exercise now are key in preventing osteoporosis later. You can only control what happens in your house. Disparaging her dad & step-mom in her presence is post-divorce psychological abuse. Chronic conflict harms her, also. See below ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm on concerta. Is it okay to take calcium 600 + d USP (twice a day) and b-12 1000 mcg (time release) along with my concerta?
Caution: There are no harmful interactions with Vitamin B12. However Calcium can reduce the time release properties of Concerta, by breaking down the barriers in the beads. You might want to avoid the calcium in the morning, when you take Conerta, and take the calcium at night, after the Concerta has worn off. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I'm on concerta. Is it okay to take calcium 600 + d USP (twice a day) and b-12 1000 mcg (time release) along with my concerta?
Can I take calcium 600 mg with vitamin D3 400 international units every day for depression and anxiety for how long can I take it?
Calcium and D are: More helpful for bone health than for mood disorders. The D may be moderately helpful in that way, however. Please see a mental health professional and do not rely on medication alone. Learn some stress management techniques from the doc. The Relaxation Response book by Herbert Benson can help. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My sister takes medication for calcium as her gym couch told her to have. She is 23 years old and has pain in the knees. Is it ok for this age?
Thyroid: It binds to soy in GI system and inhibits absorption. Better taken at least 1-2 hours before or over 2 hours after. ...Read more
So confused: does anybody know if Fosamax (alendronate) or calcium is the same thing or if I should take both if different medications?
Yes.: They can significantly lower the amount of thyroid hormone that gets absorbed. Because calcium is a positively charged ion, it can bind to any negatively charged chemical, including levothyroxine. Spacing the thyroid hormone at least 2 hours from calcium (including antacids such as tums), iron, multi-vitamins, and certain other meds can help keep thyroid blood levels stable. ...Read more
I know you should not take probiotics within 2 hours of medications, but can I take them at the same time as my vitamin & calcium pills?
Probiotics: You should be fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
My medication alkalizes urine and can cause calcium phosphate stones. How can I acidify my urine to counter this effect?
I am taking calcium tablets and elxtroxin tablets duting my pregnancy period. How many hours should be split between thoses two medication?
For 57+ F with stage-2 osteoarthritis, is 'Uniwalk tablet' a better option than collagen peptide supplements? What about calcium & vitD medications?
Is it ok I am taking bone-up superior calcium formula is a dietary supplement. Taking this instead of the medication alendronate sodium tablets 70 mg?
Osteopenia: Calcium is commonly not an issue as dietary calcium is often sufficient with most people's daily dietary intake. More commonly, osteopenia/osteoporosis is correlated with vitamin d deficiency. I'd have your calcium and vitamin d levels checked. Resistance exercises also help build stronger bones. There are side-effects to bisphosphonate therapy, but believed that their benefits outweigh the risks. ...Read more
I m suffering from avascular necrosis of hips. ... I m on medication taking vitamins calcium n sodium tablets. .. Plz suggest?
Osteonecrosis (AVN): Nonoperative management for avn of the femoral head (hips) is generally ineffective. If 15% or less of the femoral head is involved & no symptoms are present, there is a chance it will resolve without surgical intervention. Treatment with bisphosphonates has been tried with variable results. Joint preserving surgical procedures may be the best available option. ...Read more
Can prescription strength acid reflux medication damage teeth? I have heard the medication does not let you absorb calcium and magnesium.
Can antacid medication like Tums (calcium carbonate) damage your stomach if your stomach is not having any high level of acidity in the stomach?
Not likely: You would have to take a lot of Tums (calcium carbonate) to cause any problems...And that would be because of the calcium, not the low acid. ...Read more
I just called my doctor to discuss hanging my medication for hypothyroidism caused by hashimoto. My calcium is 10.8 so my dr wants me to come in?
Hypercalcemia: Hypercalcemia can represent significant disease and should be evaluated urgently. Your doctor is caring for you properly. ...Read more
I am a 46 year old hispanic that has frequent, heartburn every time I eat. Love spicy food, what medication do you recommend. Tums (calcium carbonate) no good. Or zentac.
Heartburn: You can eat psicy but you have to avoid greasy food, so you have to avoid fried food, greasy food, eat small frequent meals not large meals, don't eat too late before going to bed, and if you smoke, stop smoking. If you have some diet modifications and lose some weight you will still be able to enjoy your spicy food. ...Read more
Kindly inform me which vitamin and calcium should I give my 75 years old mother which is on crestor and exelon (rivastigmine) medication... Thank you?
Complicated: In reference to vitamins: a generic over the counter multivitamin (store brand is fine) will supply all the daily requirements. For advice regarding vitamin D and calcium, more information is necessary including renal function, bone density, fracture history, family history, liver function and co-morbid conditions - this is best determined by your mother's family doctor. ...Read more
Since I'm allergic to so many medications, looking for safe natural way to open celiac artery. Calcium deposits. Condition found in cat scan when l1F?
Celiac artery Ca2+: Before you try anything you should talk with your doc about what really needs to be done. If your artery needed opening I am sure they would have recommended something specific. If this is part of a more generalized process you may need a medication for that. Multiple "allergies" can be a problem. ...Read more
Does prescription strength acid reflux medication take away calcium from your body? Some patients are stating that their teeth become brittle, I'm worry
Not usually: Teeth are much more likely to be damaged from the long term effects of acid reflux than from the medication. However, one of the common side effects is dry mouth, which can contribute to tooth decay and gum problems. I would recommend using biotene mouthwash and toothpaste to improve the dry mouth situation and perhaps a Fluoride gel in a custom tray at night for maximum protection against decay. ...Read more