Out of potassium, folic acid, & calcium+vitamin d supplements, which one causes odorous urine?

Not likey. It is not likely that any of these are related. Odorous urine is more likely related to some food that you are or not drinking enough water.

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Need advice on what is the the difference between calcium/vitamin d supplements and drinking milk?

Amount! Vitamin d milk has 400iu per quart and 280mg of calcium per 8 oz serving! this is 1120 mg per quart! the usual ca-d pill has 600mg of calcium with 400iu of d! Read more...

Is there a difference between calcium/vitamin d supplements and drinking milk?

Yes, for vitamin D. Milk has only 400 iu of vitamin d per quart and most people need 2000-5000 iu per day to get their blood level above 50 ng/ml. So you would have to drink at least 5 quarts of milk to get enough vitamin d. The vitamin d level is enough for an infant but not for an adult. Read more...

What's the difference in benefits between calcium/vitamin d supplements and milk?

Quantity. Milk is food. It naturally contains some calcium, and it is often supplemented with some vitamin d...Usually enough so that you can utilize the calcium in the milk. The amount of vitamin d in milk is insufficient to keep blood vitamin d at adequate levels, unless you're drinking unhealthy quantities of milk and neglecting other sources of nutrition. You need more vitamin d than is in milk. Read more...
Avoid milk. Avoid milk unless organic. Contrary to popular opinion, milk may not be the most bioavailable source of calcium. A cup of broccoli has more calcium than a cup of milk. Green vegetables have plenty of calcium in them, and fewer environmental pollutants than milk. Green leafy vegetables especially spinach and kale should be organic. Calcium is best taken with magnesium. Read more...

I'm almost 5 weeks pregnant. Can I take vitamin D and Iron along with folic acid? When shall I take calcium??

You can. As your nutritional needs will increase with a growing fetus in you. The best dosing plan for you should come as a joint plan between you and your OB. Best of luck and congratulations. . Read more...

Just been informed I am folic acid deficiency can taking vitamin d and omega 3 supplements effect the test results?

Lab tests. Yes, the supplements you mention can effect your test results. Please be sure to mention to your doc that you are taking them and it will help clarify things or you may be asked to stop briefly before testing. Peace and good health. Read more...

Is a calcium level of 8.4 considered low? If so what can I do to change that? I am on vitamin d supplements as prescribed by a doctor

Close to normal. Your calcium level is at the lower end of the normal range of 8.5-10.5. Consult your physician who ordered the test to interpret your result with other lab results such as vit D and parathyroid levels in addition to bone film to make a proper determination. You may need a referral to a specialist. Good luck! Read more...