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I'm taking calcium with vitamin d in it, biotin, fish oil, daily multivitamin, power c, iron, and a birth control pill how should I properly take them?

See below. You can take these all together but iron is better absorbed on an empty stomach and C enhances its absorption so ideally take those on waking or near bedtime. The calcium/D, biotin, multivit. and BC pill can all be taken with or shortly after breakfast. While you could take fish oil with these it's ideal to take separately, perhaps with dinner. It is also ideal to take C 2x/day so take AM and PM. Read more...
You are a sucker. Take the birth control. Throw away all the others. Eat vegetables, fruits, salads, nuts, dairy, etc. Do not smoke. Avoid xs alcohol. Read more...

Is that ok take different daily vitamin like biotin, fish oil, zinc and B12? Pls help dr

Ok. A recent large study showed that there is no benefit of taking the daily multivitamins. This does not apply it your vitamin levels are low or if you have has stomach or gastric bypass surgery or if you are taking certain medications that require vitamin supplementation. Read more...

Hello is it safe for me to take a multi vitamin in the morning then fish oil b12 and biotin at night?

Yes. There should be no problem with this combination. However, if you take other medications or have medical problems, then make sure your doctor knows that you are using these supplements. Read more...

Will taking vitamins make you nauseous (fish oil, b12, vitamin d)?

Possibly. Some fish oils give a fishy aftertaste that might not be pleasant and cause some nausea. Some people get conditioning from taking pills that causes nausea before even taking the pills. They sell deodorized fish oils to diminish this effect. Doctors can also prescribe Lovaza which does not have this effect at all, but is an expensive option. Vitamin B12 and D generally cause no nausea. Read more...

If I take fish oil, vitamin c, b-100, vitamin d, red yeast rice, probiotics, calcium pill, do I still need a multivitamin?

Eat healthy. Depends what condition it is being taken for. Generally, a well balanced diet and regular exercise program averts the need for all of these. Interestingly, some recent research studies implicate that multivitamin intake is associated with a higher overall mortality. Read more...