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Taking. 50 mg dexamethsaone, 75 mg metoprolol, 1500 mg metformin. (Adrenal issue, tachycardia, pcos)multivitamin and fishoil. Can I take a B complex and calcium/vit D? What brands of vitamins do you use?
Can I use PPI along with PepZIN GI (Dr best brand) (taking both on same day)? PepZin Gi is a nutritional supplement but, it has antacid too like Tums (calcium carbonate)
Bariatric surgery, I had the sleeve surgery. I saw a brand called spring valley calcium soft chews with vitamin d3, is that ok to take?
Is shaklee a trustworthy brand for dietary supplement such as omega 3, calcium, multi-vitamins, b-complex, vitamin c, so on?
Please, can someone tell me the proper ingredients tat should be in garcnia cambogia? Is calcium/potassium...What? Cannot find safe brand, help please!
No one knows: There are suggestions (greater than 50% garcinia) but there is not any scientific data to prove what dosage is best, or if it even truly works. ...Read more
Milk, cheese: Dairy products are obviously great sources of calcium. So are yogurt and certain vegetables like soy beans, okra, spinach, and broccoli. If you're looking for a quick, high-quality supplement, try viactiv - tastes like a candy bar and very high in calcium. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calcium supplements: Young males may not need calcium supplements at all. Ask your doctor to do a bone density exam, and check your blood levels to determine need, as excess can lead to renal, stones and other problems. Supplements include oyster shell with vit D, Ca citrate, or just dairy products like milk, cheese, yogurt, and even Ice cream. First determine the need for replacement. ...Read more
Yes you can: Get a falsely high level of calcium due to different conditions, or simple lab error. If you repeat the test and it still shows high serum calcium, then you need to get more tests to see why. Dehydration, low magnesium, low albumin, and muscle conditions like rhabdomyolysis can cause higher calcium levels in the blood. Of course there are serious diseases like Paget's and cancer too. ...Read more
Essential: Calcium is a mineral that plays an important role in bone health. Calcium is also needed in proper functioning of the heart (to keep it beating), muscles (to keep them bending), and nerves (to keep them firing). Some people who suffer from kidney failure benefit from taking calcium to maintain strong bones. The amount of calcium supplements required in an individual depends on age and gender. ...Read more