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... oopherectomy a year prior to the dexa but have been on hormone replacement. Nevertheless, it was not being absorbed correctly. Also, since it had only been a year between my hysterectomy and dexa scan, I am assuming the process of bone loss started much earlier. ... (13 replies)
... or helping me get on the right track about vit d. It is interesting that it was an alternative doc that got you on a 2000IU dose that was adequate to move your d from 22 to 41 after 5 months. It does sort of bear out the statement from the vitamindcouncil that... ... (14 replies)
... since I want to take the least chances with my sensitive stomach. This calcium is incredibly lightweight so makes a lot of sense to me why it could be so well absorbed and not a reason to cause kidney stones. Remember guys you want the highest absorption, not the highest amount. ... (79 replies)

... about a year ago. I have been taking about 2,500 IU's of Vitamin D and 750 calcium both by Nature Made. ... (1 replies)
... fat dairy and supplements and now thinking it's just not even benefiting me. ... (14 replies)
... carbonate and it seems a bit better, but not altogether. ... (11 replies)
... I do not know how my scores compare to others. ... (72 replies)
... First, perhaps you can make sure the calcium you are taking is, in fact, being absorbed. There's a 24 hour urine test for that. ... (2 replies)
... s sometimes have trouble swallowing it. "If I tell you studies show that 1 in a 100 people have that reaction, and you're the one, you'll be mad at me. If you're not that one, it's the best treatment we have. ... (8 replies)

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