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Calcium Gluconate For Magnesium Toxicity
I take 2 4-strain probiotcs (fobiflora) in the morning, 1 3x a day calcium gluconate and 2 magnesium tablets at night. Is that fine?
What is the difference between magnesium Gluconate and Mag Glysinate? Some have suggested using Milk of Magnesium (without other additives) to brush t
What it's bound to:
Mag. Gluconate is magnesium bound to gluconic acid and is relatively well-absorbed. Mag glycinate is bound to the amino acid glycine, which supports liver detox, improves sleep and is calming. If poorly absorbed (like milk of magnesia) magnesium will act as a laxative.
Mag glycinate is among the least likely to cause diarrhea. See
https://drnibber. Com/understanding-different-types-of-magnesium/ ...Read more
Magnesium products can cause GI upset and diarrhea.
For people with kidney failure they are contra indicated since the blood level can rise to dangerous levels.
On the other hand if you are on diuretics such as Lasix (furosemide) it can be deficient and cause cardiac arrythmias so it should be replaced just as we replace potassium. ...Read more
More mag in Mg oxide: Mag gluconate has less magnesium on weight to weight basis i.e. On milligram to milligram basis. But the product you buy may tell you how much of magnesium on it. Sometimes they specify "contains however many milligrams of mangesium". Clinically, there is not much of a difference since all magnesium products over the counter are of low dose since if much will cause diarrhea and possible arrhythmia. ...Read more
Absorption: Magnesium gluconate is likely better for you. The studies that show good absorption of magnesium oxide were done on rats. Human studies do not show great absorption of magnesium oxide. This being said, oral magnesium in general is not all that well absorbed, which is why too much tends to cause diarrhea. ...Read more
The best form of magnesium is zig-zag magnesium.
The best magnesium salts are orotate, citrate, glycinate &
taurinate. Magnesium can be tried for PVCs, avoid caffeine, do yoga, especially yoga breathing. Meditation also may be tried. Get zig-zag magnesium from drhoffman. Com & you may find alternative medicine solutions for PVCs in that website. ...Read more
I would like to try magnesium supplement. What is the difference between magnesium sulfate, oxide, gluconate and aspartate. Are they all the same?
No: The sulfate & oxide are magnesium attached to inorganic molecules. They are not harmful, but inadequately absorbed. Oratate, gluconate, & aspartic acid are natural organic amino acids, which effect much greater absorption & magnesium release in the body. These organic forms are more expensive but worth it. A formulation that releases about "500 mg of elemental magnesium" is a good daily dose. ...Read more
Would taking ferrous gluconate together with calcium ascorbate help the absorption of iron due to the c-vitamin or hinder it due to the calcium?
Best calcium supplement for a 27 yr old female with degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis? Citrate, carbonate, gluconate, phosphate?
No difference: The differences are not significant enough when it comes to clinical results. ...Read more
Can potassium gluconate, magnesium or invokana cause cloudiness and a popcorn like smell in the urine?
Likely Invokana: Since the popcorn like smell is a result of urine full of glucose. I have had other patients complain of "sweet tea" and "just baked bread" smell to their urine, though the latter had a yeast infection. Cloudiness would make it more likely to be infection. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
250mg magnesium 500mg slow niacin with nicotinic acid and potassium gluconate. Healthy male 35 yes. Take these, or no?
Wallet drain: If healthy and normal diet, no reason to take supplemental potassium or niacin, both of which can have bad side effects. As most people tend to run low on magnesium, and it has a weak muscle relaxer & cathartic effect, you could take the magnesium, but it isn't essential either. Save you cash for good quality food. ...Read more
My calcium is at 101 (lab norms: 80 to 100) and 2, 52 (max: 2, 50) Should I worry? I have low magnesium, and the doc gave me vitamine D.I'm 23 Thank you
High CA: I would not worry about Ca levels until they have been repeated and found to be higher. What is 2, 52? What is your Vit D level? What problem are you having? First I would repeat the test as these are just barely above upper limits of normal for that lab. Then discuss with your Dr. ...Read more
See details: That is a question you should ask your own obstetrician. ...Read more
How much magnesium glycinate should I take with 1000mg of calcium citrate a day (for osteoporosis)?
My knees always painful im female 25yrs old. Can I drink ginkgo biloba and calcium & magnesium together?
If I am taking IP6 with calcium magnesium phytate, should I continue my regular calcium supplement? Thank you.
Why do we use sodium flouride instead of calcium flouride in our toothpastes, mouthwashes etc? It's much less toxic than sodium flouride.
Not bio-available: The short answer is that calcium Fluoride is so extremely insoluble as to be considered unusable by your body. Sodium and stannous fluorides are able to be broken down and then the fluorides can enter into and bond with the enamel. Enamel is made of a ring of ions and the Fluoride substitutes in the center to form a more stable ring. This new "ring" is more resistant to decay. ...Read more
Taking magnesium, phosphorus & calcium together be the strongest way to help protect bones and cartilage? If so, how long before it takes effect?
5yo kid, vit D total 34.66, intact PTH 63.2, calcium 9.6, phosphorus 5.1, magnesium 1.9; kid prev had vit D insuff, is PTH value normal; who treats it?
Endocrinology: Depending on your area specialists, and endocrinologist or gastroenterologist would be the types of physicians you would best consult. Best wishes. ...Read more
Nigella sativa, fenspiride hydrochloride, calcium hydrogenophospate, hipromeloze, macrogol, magnesium stearate are any of these dangerous with alchool?
Less is best: If you have tuberculosis as a current condition, you probably should be refraining from drinking alcohol, or taking anything with alcohol. The most important thing is to build up your immune system, so that it is stronger, and that you eat have a nutritious diet, and also get plenty of rest. Less is more. Taking too many things together with alcohol is not advised even if you are feeling well. ...Read more
Take prelief for IC and reflux which contains calcium glucerophosphate and magnesium stearate. Can the magnesium stearate elevate magnesium levels? Mine are already at slightly above normal range.
Watch & see if...: Your scenario deserves a watching with repeating testing in 3 months for confirmation do to correlate with your clinical profile under your doctor's review and guidance since the pill used should not have any significant effect on someone with reasonable functions of kidneys. To help understand how to live a long happy life, review list on Facts of Life-1, 2, &3 on HOME of www. Formefirst. Com. ...Read more
Will I be able to eat foods with added calcium, iron and magnesium if I'm on synthroid (thyroxine)?
Food and thyroid...: You can eat any kind of food if taking Synthroid (thyroxine) as long as you take this tablet away from all food and all medications. I highly recommend for it to be taken in the middle of the night so you are sure nothing interferes with its absoprtion. Once absobed - typically in one hour - then any food will not affect this medication. ...Read more
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