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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   can i take cacium ascorbate tablet for vitamine c ?
Doctor :   may i Know why you wanna take vitamin C

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Doctor :   hello
User :   i need vit c for flue
Doctor :  
vitamin c for flu??
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who prescribed u??
User :   that is what is suposed to be anti oxident and prevent damage from viral attack?
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u can take vitamin c...but vitamin c and calcium are entirely different
User :   so can i take it and if so how many mg per day?
User :   caicium ascorbate is suposed to give vit c isnt it?
Doctor :  
there are no proven results that it will reduce flu symptoms..its just hypothetical
Doctor :   yes calcium ascorbate is calcium and vitamin c together
User :   ok doc thanks
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ur age/sex??

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