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What Are Dangers Of Taking Vitamin D And B Complex Together
Yes: There is no contraindication.Get a more detailed answer ›
Would it be safe to take a combination of raspberry ketone pills, garcinia cambogia pills, thermogenic pills, B-complex, and vitamin D?
For what???: Much better if you a wholesome well rounded diet. If you own stock in a company that produces them and convince others to buy them then the value of the stock may go up. There have been recent reports of "natural" "Ayurvedic" supplements sold in NYC which had 10, 000 x levels of arsenic and lead considered safe for human consumption. Don't fall for the ruse that natural = better. You do wear cloth ...Read more
My stomach is bloating up a lot do to vitamin d probiotics vitamin b complex and gionvi birth control please help?
Difficult to say: Likely the vitamin d, b and birth control aren't causing your bloating. It could be the probiotics, but it could equally be something in your diet. The frequency and type of your stools might tell you about what's going on with your bloating. Make sure that you're drinking a lot of water, not soda. Exercise vigorously for 30-60 minutes a day, 7 days a week. See dr. If not better soon. ...Read more
I started using the tablets hairfinity today. They have all sorts of vitamins in it. I'm wondering if I should stop my vitamin D3 and b complex?
Read labels: If hairfinity is duplicating the vitamins you are currently taking it makes sense to stop them while you are trying out hairfinity. Since you had kidney stones don't take calcium supplements and be sure to take vit k2 at least 100mcg a day to keep calcium in bones and teeth out of soft tissue and kidney stones. ...Read more
What can boost my energy and mood? I heard dhea is good? I'm 23 female currently only taking vitamin b complex & vitamin d3. Thanks!
Don't fool with: Mother nature! Dhea pills generally don't contain much dhea, and even if they did, dhea is metabolized into cortisone, estrogen and testosterone -- and you don't have any way to control which it is converted into. Why take something that can't help you and can potentially harm you? Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. How about getting counseling rather than rx? ...Read more
Depends: Different items work for different people, but many patients report a better sense of well being with a b complex vitamin, and with significant vitamin d. Depending on your latitude and sun exposure, you may or may not get enough vitamin d from sun. You could consider trying 3, 000 iu of vitamin d. Also there is some evidence to suggest that methyl folate also helps improve a person's mood. ...Read more
What to do if I take b-complex, vitamin d3, and omega 3, what multivitamin do you find to be the best?
The cheapest: I do not place value on the routine use of multivitamins. ...Read more
Is it safe to take vitamin D3 and vitamin b complex with Synthroid (thyroxine) and birth controls pills?
Yes but: You can take birth control pills and vitamins and synthroid (thyroxine), (thyroxine) provided you take appropriate doses and take the synthroid (thyroxine) on an empty stomach (1hr prior or 2hrs after meals). Don't take birth control pills or vitamins at same time with synthroid (thyroxine). ...Read more
Why?: Vitamin d, in the proper amount, is fine. B12 won't be absorbed. Cla is a waste of money - so I'm not sure one answer is sufficient. Only way to lose weight is through diet and exercise, not pills/vitamins/supplements/magic food/etc. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Can I take vitamin d and b 12 together to help with weight loss if so how much or should I just take a multi vitamin? I just had a baby a month ago
Healthy eating: Heathy eating and exercise is best plan for weight loss after having a baby. Neither vitamin has been proven to help in weight loss, but if you are deficient (there are tests) your doctor can recommend the proper dose based on you lab values. Eat 9 servings of fruits and veggies/day 2servings of red meats a week, limit sweets, pastas, potatoes, breads and white rice, do aerobics 30 min/day. ...Read more
Vitamin D, not RJ: While many claims have been made about the myriad benefits of royal jelly, human data is lacking. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/npp/royal-jelly. Html for current state of knowledge. On the other hand, we do have solid evidence that vitamin D is necessary for bone health and regulation of calcium in human body. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/drugs-supplements/vitamin-d/background/HRB-20060400 ...Read more
Vitamin D deficiency: ....Makes you more likely to catch illnesses. It makes you more likely to develop immune problems. A variety of cancers are more likely with low d. Some studies have even shown increased likelihood of death from all causes in d deficient people. Not to mention, d is necessary for strong bones. Vitamin d deficiency is a significant problem. ...Read more
Anything is possible: Low iron can lead to (microcytic) anemia while low vitamin d can lead to rickets. While it's possible that someone is hospitalized for low blood (anemia), it's rare unless you're actively menstruating. It's less like for low vitamin d to be problematic. Still, there's really not too much side effects to worry about taking iron aside from constipation. Best to follow up w/your family doc. ...Read more
I have been taking vitamin c and vitamin d together for a year, is it okay? Did I overdose myself? If so, how would I know?
Likely no: vitamin C is water-soluble, and acts as a free-radical fighter, helping to protect mitochondrial function. It is very hard to take too much to cause symptoms. The adverse effect of too much vitamin D is nephrocalcinosis, calcium deposition in the kidney, but that also is very rare. Almost half the population in the US have vitamin D levels which are not optimum. Get a 25-hydroxy vitamin D level. ...Read more
I have been taking vitamin c and vitamin d together for a year. Is it okay or bad? Is it helpful taking both? Also if I am overdosing how do I know?
It's Okay: Yes, it is okay to take both vitamin C and vitamin D supplements. You should not take more than the recommended amounts listed on the packaging. Too much of either vitamin C or D may cause gastrointestinal discomfort. In some individuals, too much vitamin C is associated with kidney stones. Too much vitamin D can also lead to muscle weakness. ...Read more
Yes.: This should not be a problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
How much is 2 much?: Omeprazole is seldom prescribed at doses that exceed 40mg twice daily. Regarding vitamin d, what kind are you taking ; with what additives? Hard to know what you consider "too much" of either of these since you haven't told us how much you're taking. Please reformulate your question--. ...Read more
Bone density: Vitamin d can be ingested (in milk or supplements) and can also be created in your skin via sun exposure. The latter is becoming less common as most of us use sunscreen! Vit d plays a vital role in bone development and woman are at increased risk for osteoporosis. Got milk? Increase milk intake, use supplements as necessary, and increase weight bearing exercise to build bone! ...Read more
Not at all:
Most adults need 5-8000 iu of D3 a day during fall and winter months to get adequate D. It is possible to get D from sun in spring & summer if you get enough sun. D is best absorbed with or after a meal.
Vit C can be taken any time and it is totally safe to take C, D and all other vitamins together. If this was not safe then multivitamins would not be popular and beneficial! ...Read more
I have been taking vitamin C and vitamin D together for a while. Is it bad? I take them everybody but sometimes I skip too.
C AND D: There should be no interaction taking these together as long as they don't bother your stomach. It is easier on the stomach lining if you take these after eating. ...Read more
I am 23 years old and I have been taking vitamin d and vitamin c together for a year. Do these vitamins absorb good together?
Primary/best source: Nearly all vitamins: Food, Not pills, unless low in particular one. In food they are all mixed together, body absorbs what's needed, dumps rest. Thus focus on healthy high fat/protein, low carb non-processed foods (not pills) First, not pill adds. From human clinical trials, vitamin C intake >500 mg/day ↑es cardiovascular events & zero benefit for "colds", despite Linus Pauling's beliefs/promotion. ...Read more
Depends: The liver needs to phosphorylate the b vitamins so it is not wise to take more than 50 mg of thiamine, riboflavin, or b-6 at one time. If one takes them apart that would not be an issue but some people do not react well to b vitamins that elevated histamine like Folic Acid and b-12. B-12 can feed bacteria which can be a problem for acne, uti's or sinus infections. ...Read more
Yes: Usually no interaction.Get a more detailed answer ›
Numbers: The numbers you gave are OK. You can't predict risk from the sparse information you gave. ...Read more