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Feels tired, sleepy and helpless after taking magnesium supplement. Kidney problems?

Hello, I took magnesium suppliement with my food, I took 1 tablet wich provide 33 percent of daily value of magnesium. Afther that i feelt very tired, very slepy very helpless. I went to sleep , I sleep for few hours, didn;t sleep well, I was like daydreaming or so, i feelt very strange. When i woke up i feelt very tired. And this hapens allways when i take magnesium, even a little like 1 tablet. What does it means ? Could it be sings of kidneys problems ? should i go to doctor ?
Asked On : Tue, 15 May 2012
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Dear sir

Everymicrinutrient should be taken for a certain period of time of time but when it taken for along time it may cause toxic symptims and even cause damage to kidneys

But some times it will be reversible on stoppage of drugs. So dont worry check your serum creatinine once and ultrasound kub once. If there is any abnormality then proceed accordingly

Answered: Wed, 30 Oct 2013
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