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How much calcium shoudl I be taking?

How much calcium shoudl I be taking?

1200 mg daily: A good rule of thumb for adults is 1200 mg daily plus what you take in with meals. Calcium supplements usually come in 600 mg tablets and you take one twice daily. They may contain vitamin d in the amount of 400 units each as well, though you can get them without the vit. D. Pending your age, risks, medical conditions etc, you should be safe. If quesitons, ask your pcp about you in particular. ...Read more

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What are the repercussions from having too much calcium in your body?

What are the repercussions from having too much calcium in your body?

Let me help: Nausea and vomiting, muscle weakness, and excessive drowsiness are some of the possible symptoms that may occur with an overdose of calcium. Symptoms of an overdose may occur if your dosage exceeds the tolerable upper intake level" (ul), which is 2500 mg (2.5 grams) daily. If you happen to take too much calcium, be sure to seek medical attention right away. ...Read more

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How much calcium do I need while nursing?

How much calcium do I need while nursing?

1500 mg-2000 mg: Normally, we need 1200-1500 mg of elemental calcium for healthy bones and teeth. When nursing, your requirement increases. Make sure you look for "elemental" calcium when you buy your calcium supplement. ...Read more

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How much more calcium should I take while pregnant?

How much more calcium should I take while pregnant?

Yes, supplement: In addition to a well-balanced diet, calcium may be supplemented. 600-1200mg/day of calcium is appropriate. In addition, many women are deficient in vitamin d. 200-400iu of vitamin d, in addition to prenatal vitamin supplementation, should suffice. Your obstetrician may screen for vitamin d deficiency by doing certain bloodwork. There are many brands that combine calcium and vitamin d together. ...Read more

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Help, how much calcium can a teenage girl have per day?

Help, how much calcium can a teenage girl have per day?

1200mg daily: Anywhere from 1000-1300mg daily is sufficient during teeage years to ensure good bone mineralization and prevention of osteoporosis later in life. Just to give you an example, an 8 oz of low fat yogurt and 1 cup of milk both have approximately 300mg of calcium. Make sure there is also adequate vitamin d intake as calcium absorption from the gut is predominantley vitamin d dependent. ...Read more

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How much calcium should I take when on arimidex (anastrozole)?

How much calcium should I take when on arimidex (anastrozole)?

1200 mg a day.: You're 39 and on arimidex. I suppose you already had a bilateral oophorectomy? Or are also taking Lupron or zoladex?1200 mg of calcium and 800 international units (iu) of vitamin d daily are suggested. To make it easy, patients can take something like caltrate that has 600 mg calcium per pill and 400 to 500 iu vitamin d per pill. Patients usually take one pill twice a day. All the best, hk. ...Read more

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How much magnesium and calcium should I take for sleep and when?

How much magnesium and calcium should I take for sleep and when?

?: they should regularly be not used as sleeping aids. Unless there is some other purpose that you do using it for I wouldn't recommend using it just to help you sleep. ...Read more

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How do you know how much calcium you need to heal a broken tibia?

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How do you know how much calcium you need to heal a broken tibia?

1200 mg: There is typically not an extra calcium requirement for healing a fracture; you should make sure that you get at least the recommended daily allowance, which would be in foods like milk, tofu, fortified orange juice, spinach or salmon. ...Read more

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How much calcium should be taken daily when on arimidex (anastrozole)?

How much calcium should be taken daily when on arimidex (anastrozole)?

1500 mg: 1500 mg is the recommended calcium intake for women with low estrogen levels, including women who have gone through menopause, had a hysterectomy with ovaries removed, or are taking meds like Arimidex that lower estrogen levels. Because vitamin d is necessary to absorb calcium, taking a 1000-2000 iu of vitamin d3 is a good idea as well. ...Read more

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