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How long should T Calcimax and Lumia be taken? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 05-Dec-2014
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Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:I had undergone tests for "Vitamin D Total (25 OH) ( Serum )" in June'14 and the reading was found to be 23.36
User:i was prescribed some tablets for the same. But it couldnt complete the course.. left midway
Doctor:May I know name of medications?
User:lumia 2000IU + T Calcimax (500)
Doctor:Ok how many days had you taken medication?
User:approximately 1 month out of the 3 months recommended
Doctor:Did you repeat the test after that?
User:No .. its an expensive one. So did not repeat it ..
Doctor:Do you have any symptoms currently?
User:What kind of symptoms can occurr ??? I can point out from the list perhapsss
Doctor:like muscle fatigue, tierdness
User:yes i do not feel very active and energetic as much i should throughout the day .. Also i have a history of bad hair fall approaching baldness.. So this was one of the prime reasons , i was asked to go for this test
Doctor:I suggest you start medication again
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:I suggest you continue medication for 2 months and repeat the test after that
Doctor:if test will normal then you can stop medication
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