I need a calcium citrate chewable that does not contain artificial sweeteners. I have had gastric bypass?

Art sweetner prob ok. I don't believe there is a big problem using artificial sweetners after gastric bypass. Simple sugars such as contained in regular soda pop are a problem and can cause the dumping syndrome after by-pass. Perhaps artificial sweetners don't agree with you. Your pharmacist or online search could likely turn up a calcium supplement without artificial sweetner.

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I am having constipation issues and need help I have also had a gastric bypass in 2006 and have never been regular I drink coffee every day, tea, oj, and crystal light. I take 325 mg of iron daily, tylenol 3, 3 calcium citrate daily and 2 vitamins daily.

How . How old are you? Iron can cause constipation but this is some thing you really need. No contraindication to use some laxatives if needed.High fiber diet, fiber supplements, stay well hydrated colonoscopy if you are above 50 yrs of age. Read more...
One . One of the easiest things to do is make sure you are getting adequate fluids during the day. You may benefit from drinking some mineral oil to help get you regular. Miralax (polyethylene glycol) is also a reasonable option. Remember that this is a website to get general questions answered, you really should meet with your bariatric surgeon or a gastroenterologist to help you get regular. Read more...
Can make changes. Try switching to a less constipating form of iron (e.g., ferrous bisglycinate) and try to moderate consumption of diuretic drinks like coffee/oj. Magnesium and vitamin c supplementation can also help with constipation (although mg+ can interfere with calcium absorption if you're low). For vit c, start with buffered powder, add a heaping 1/2 tsp to water/juice, & increase by 1/2 tsp/day until ok. Read more...

I need a calcium citrate supplement with D with no artificial sweeteners. I am sensitive to them and have had roux en y.

I'm sure they exist. Hi. I'd suggest you read the labels of these products to see what's in them. If that fails, ask the pharmacist. I'm sure products like what you're looking for exist. Good luck! Read more...