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... bearing exercises, calcium supplements, etc., just not go back on it. ... (2 replies)
... I am looking for a good calcium supplement with magnesium, Vitamen K2, and possibly some minerals like boron. ... (2 replies)
... I agree best to take calcium in divide does and don't over do it as it can create calcifications in your blood which can stick to the blood vessel walls! ... (11 replies)

... s, medication, etc., directly. I agree about holding off on the Fosamax until you see a specialist and hear what your options are. I took one Fosamax pill and my stomach was on fire and I had to get off of it. Where is your stress fracture located. I have fractures in my spine but no where else. ... (7 replies)
... I had a once a year injection of Reclast in August and I take the Citracal plus D3, and I also take 1,000 mgs. of d3 once a day. My doctor said the Citracal is the easiest on the stomach. I have had one fracture from the Osteoporosis in the T 12 vertebrae and 5 months ago underwent a very difficult lumbar back surgery. I don't know if I will have the Reclast again this year as... (13 replies)
Calcium choice ?
Nov 17, 2010
... I read it was calcium aspartate anhydrous. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you ladies, I looked up Actonel and yikes!! It seems stomach upsets and diarrhea and very common. As is joint pain and her arthritis had been much worse lately. ... (5 replies)
... You bet calcium can cause those side effects, especially with bisphosphonates. I was given Actonel and told to take calcium supplements which, incidentally, I had taken all my adult life. ... (5 replies)
... has been given a calcium supplement by her doctor to take as she has osteoporosis. ... (5 replies)
... Sister has calcium blood level of 17. She's been sick at stomach 4 days, just admitted to CCU. What kind of diagnosis can i expect and can she handle the level of 17. I have read it is fatal. ... (2 replies)
... I took calcium supplements for years with no ill effects until I was diagnosed with advanced calcium in any form. I just depend on diet now, and I think it's probably a good thing. ... (18 replies)
... Hmmm... I remember reading something about that years ago, so I decided to take 500mg of calcium and the rest from food. I am going to go down to just one 250 mg pill a day. On the other hand my womens multiple has 200mg of calcium in it. ... (18 replies)
... It is combined with magnesium and vit d3. The brand name is Bluebonnet and it contains 1000 mg calcium citrate with 400 mg magnesium aspartate and 400 IU vit d3. I add an additional 1000 IU vit d3 separately. ... (5 replies)
... Calcium citrate can be taken on an empty stomach. Calcium carbonate (Tums, etc) should be taken with food for easier absorption. (4 replies)
... What the calcium does when the stomach has to much acid, and if there not enough calcium in the body,from where the calcium is taken? ... (4 replies)
... Yes definately go to your doctor and explain how you feel and tell him your concerns of staying on it... I know personally of a few people that could not tolerate it and had to come off and go on strontium calcium magnesium boron etc plenty of exercise Vit K and important is vit D .... did you have your levels checked if not do so ASAP and find your level if its not up to... (2 replies)
... hi Kar1215 welcome to the board :wave: vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin & is best taken with some form of fat in your diet...I take my vit D with omega 3 in divided doses at breakfast time & dinner the calcium/magnesium is alkalinising so is best taken away from food , I take mine 2 hours later on an empty stomach & before bed , it is best to divide the dosage as your... (6 replies)
... Was there a ''specific'' reason as to why they prefer the calcium carbonate over the calcium citrate? ... (14 replies)
... GirlySoGroovy - Parathyroid cancer is really rare, and I am so glad they caught it and that you're okay. I had surgery about a week and a half ago, the worst bit was that I had a reaction to the anaesthesia, but I always do. One of my friends pointed out that it might also have been a bit of a purge of some of the calcium ick that's been in my body over the past five years or... (71 replies)
... g any supplemental Ca. I have hypercalcemia, so the only Ca I'm getting is from my diet. Most people recommend taking the form that has the highest "elemental" calcium and that would be Calcium Carbonate. Calcium Carbonate should be taken after meals because it needs an alkaline environment to absorb. ... (4 replies)




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