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Advice on calcium supplements - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   HI
User :   Good Morning
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User :   i just registered
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Doctor :   please go ahead with ur medical query
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User :   I have pains in my legs
User :   my age is 23
Doctor :   how severe is the pain and how long u have this pain
User :   Male
User :   form seven to ten years
User :   my family docter told me that
User :   i don't have enough calcium in my blood
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did u sustain any injury to ur leg any time
User :   not at all
User :   but i have over weight problem i guess
Doctor :   ok
User :   i m talking calcium sandos one per day
Doctor :   ok
User :   i heard that if some one take calcium more ..
User :   i may suffer form kidni stone
User :   can u tell me more about that
Doctor :   calcium intake or kidney stones
User :   both ..
User :   and relation of them
Doctor :   ok
User :   you there?
Doctor :   major components of the most common type of kidney stone are calcium and oxalate both of which come primarily from the diet, that is, the food we eat.
User :   ok
Doctor :   relationship between dietary calcium and kidney stones is complex. It is known-and this study confirms--that increasing amounts of dietary calcium are associated with fewer kidney stones
User :   ok
User :   so how much calcium i can take
Doctor :   the increased amounts of calcium from food binds to oxalate from food in the intestine, and the complex of calcium and oxalate cannot be absorbed into the body. This reduces the amount of calcium and oxalate that needs to be eliminated from the body in the urine and prevents the formation of calcium/oxalate stones in the kidneys
User :   and how to measure that?
Doctor :   u take ur daily food intake
Doctor :   u will have enough calcium in it
User :   ok
Doctor :   glass of milk everyday is fine
User :   ok.
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
User :   thank you very much
Doctor :   confirm ur details
Doctor :   ur welcome
User :   yes
User :   bye
Doctor :   bye
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