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... I have been taking caltrate for 6 mo now, recently have started heartburn. The heartburn reminds me of those fosmax days. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the info, I have change my calcium, heartburn is gone. What we go through for stronger bones. ... (4 replies)
... Hi,very interesting! I am taking Evista and E-Zorb and have been having heartburn. As far as I know Evista does not cause heartburn. Could it be the E-Zorb? Mama Carlota:confused: (4 replies)

... I experienced just the opposite... had to switch from Citracal to Citrate due to severe heartburn. I also make sure I take them with my meals. ... (4 replies)
... I had the same experience with Caltrate. I switched to Citracal which is more easily absorbed, and the heartburn went away. ... (4 replies)
Trying strontium
Feb 4, 2007
... You mention that your heartburn gets worse when you take calcium supplements or when you were on bone meds. Which bone meds were you on? ... (18 replies)
... I agree with the heartburn from Fosamax. ... (5 replies)
... half scar from having all four parathyroids checked and one removed. ... (104 replies)
... or a month as I am so much other medication, but will resume it soon. You do not want to take it with calcium, meaning at the same time. So, if you are taking calcium take that during the day and the strontium at night. ... (15 replies)
... The drugs are VERY similar in respect to side effects. Actually, there was just some information in the Wallstreet Journal from a head to head study that said the safety and tolerability of the two drugs was the same. So, if one gives you problems, the other will most likely do the same. ... (4 replies)
Forteo Or Not...
Dec 3, 2006
... I am a heathy eater and have taken Calcium supplements for probably about 10 years. I am now seeing an OP specialist at my state university hospital. ... (2 replies)
... I do have heartburn and osteoprosis ive been given Fosamax but it worsend my acid reflux i've stopted taking it Ithink that all drugs for osteo are bad for heartburn ? ... (17 replies)
Fosamax dosage
Apr 12, 2006
... Based on that information you were absolutely correct to stop the drug. I'm not sure why your doctor made that assumption that it was not the drug! (20 replies)
Fosamax dosage
Jan 29, 2006
... ording to the directions. On New Years day I had a sudden and quite intense heartburn. I had just eaten some lasagna so I attributed it to that. I haven't had heartburn for over 25 years when I had my gall bladder removed. ... (20 replies)
... Does increasing calcium intake help? ... (15 replies)
... for 4 weeks and my vision has certainly improved, but I'm having to take antacids to resolve my sporatic heartburn problem still. ... (17 replies)
Trying strontium
Feb 6, 2007
... I have not yet noticed warnings on calcium products regarding heartburn. I'll have to check that out further. ... (18 replies)
... Fosamax acts as an inhibitor of bone resorbtion, so what you have is a lot of old bone, which on a DEXA test may look just dandy but will not stop you breaking your bones should you fall. Also, there is the danger of jaw necrosis. In addition to at least 1000 mg of magnesium, at least 1000 units of vitamin D, and some other trace minerals (vit. K, boron, copper), one should... (3 replies)
In Limbo
Mar 29, 2005
... I have faith that running and increased calcium will improve my bone mass. Although that wasn't always the case. I also wondered why I wasn't given medication.. as did my GYN. ... (4 replies)
... KEEP AWAY FROM THIS DRUG. Also, having a low bone density does NOT necessarily mean that the bone is weak! ... (58 replies)




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