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Calcium dose for women

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I am a women of 78 and have osteoporsis. I have been constipated since taking high levels of calcium. Is this a side effect? ...

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High calcium level in blood-I had unknowingly been taking the wrong dose of calcium supplement(5 grams daily-2 grams is safe) and I also take astorvastatin calcium.I had scan of parathyroid glands ...

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Can calcium levels spike and then go down? From 14.2 MG/DL (ionized calcium 1.61 MMOL/L) to a normal range ? Also I have been taking a persceibed dose of vitamin d 50,000, I know this can cause ...

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#1) Thank you. Please clarify CA+/Vit D supplement guidelines. Confusing as they speak of not reducing FRACTURE risk....but concern also re: bone density , osteoporosis , strength, etc. In early 60s (and forever) should (we) continue with...

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Hello, My mother is 54 years old. She has no medical issues and is in good health. But someone suggested that women after the age of 40 should take calcium tablets in order to protect the health ...

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to consume calcium so that my baby will not suffer from calcium deficiency. looking forward for ur rep. ...

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Dear Doctor, For pregnant women, they have to take calcium and vitamin c. I want to know can pregnant women take coral calcium instead of regular calcium supplement? Can they take ester-c instead ...

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: ONEADAY Women s) with one that has no or little calcium. Thank you. Margaret YYYY@YYYY ...I am looking for a multivitamin without calcium. (I m a woman.) My calcium count has been high ...

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I am taking the lifescript vitamin pack. It contains: Calcium Complete x 2 Women s ultra x 1 Daily ... much calcium I am taking and what is in the other pills. ...

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of right side and it showed some signs of calcium deposits on rib cage. dr. called the radiologist said no C but some women over 60, which i am may show signs of this. normal? ...

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about 20 surgeries (lithotripsy) and I know my stones are Calcium Deposits, what can I do ... t believe that! Other than the stones I am a healthy 54 year old women. Never mind! Thought this was free ...

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the dose and my calcium level went down but my blood pressure still went way up. They wanted me to continue ... t just change the BP medicine if it is not working anymore. Is there some natural way to lower calcium ...

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I had a TotalThyroidectomy 3 months ago and i am still have blood tests taken as my calcium and thyroid levels had been up and down. So my medication doses have been changed to suit. i am currently ...

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Hi, I am a 55 year old women with diabetes, hypothyroid and now I find out that my calcium level is too high and my liver enzymes are high. I am also going through menapause. Does you calcium level ...

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Hello Doctor, My wife is 29 years and we are not sure if she is pregnant. today is 31st day with no menses. I am worried about the pre natal dosage. She has been taking Zevit and cacium sandoz for women ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, Good Calcium rich diet taken regularly is equally good as taking tablets. Dont worry about tablets if your diet is good. Regards

doctor1 MD

Hi Calcium is generally given to breastfeeding women and post menopausal women who are deficient in it. If you have a diet rich in dairy products and take enough sunshine and exercise, there is no need for supplementing calcium for a 19 year old male. Please elaborate more on your problem for a better opinion. Take care.

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calcium may actually increase the acid. should u not avoid it? why is he on calcium?