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I am taking omeprazole 20mg can I take calcium carbonate 500mg safely?

Posted 28 Sep 2014 by three kittens 2 answers

I am taking omeprazole 20mg for acid reflux can I take calcium carbonate coated caplets safely without any side effects

Looking for Titralac, or exact equivalent. Please where can I buy it?

Posted 14 Apr 2015 by miraclechicken 1 answer

Active ingredients (in each tablet) Calcium carbonate 420 mg 168 mg elemental calcium) Simethicone 21 mg Inactive ingredients glycine, magnesium stearate, saccharin, spearmint oil, starch may also contain croscarmellose sodium

Is there a problem drinking/eating foods w/calcium when taking levothyroxine?

Posted 2 Oct 2012 by FrankH3561 1 answer

the brochure that came with levothyroxine says no calcium for 4 hours. Is it talking about foods with calcium, or calcium additives (calcium carbonate, etc)?

What are the causes of fluctuation in phenytoin levels when taking meds as prescribed?

Posted 7 Oct 2010 by meanmoz 1 answer

pat also takes lamotrigene, aspirin, vit D, calcium carbonate. Lipitor, lorazapem prn/depression and pain meds phenytoin and or Dilantin levels are sometimes high, normal and low but most often low. blood sugars are slightly elevated about 50% of the time pt also has syncope, orthostatic hypotension

I have a 5 month old taking 4ml of calcitriol 3 times a day because he has a rare case of rickets?

Posted 17 Jan 2011 by tjformea 3 answers

My son has a rare case of vitamin d resistant rickets and has been on calcitriol and calcium carbonate for almost 2 months now. It seems as though these meds have suppressed his appetite and therefor had to be placed on a NG feeding tube. Will his system ever get use to these meds so he will eat ...

Can I continue taking vit. E while taking Calcium Carbonate with vit.D?

Posted 30 Aug 2010 by Ojele 1 answer

I am 47 years old but have since menopaused about 3years ago. I don't have Hblood preasure nor diabetes. I'm 5ft.7.5in. tall and weigh 81kg.

I suffer from IBS-Diarrhea; Can anybody suggest worthwhile medicine?

Posted 17 May 2010 4 answers

I have heard Calcium Carbonate tablets help? Is it true?

How much daily calcium/vitD supplement should I take with a thiazide diuretic (IsoptinSR 240)?

Posted 17 Dec 2009 by LebanonLady 1 answer

I recently read that thiazide type diuretics can interact with calcium carbonate and vitamin D supplements, thus increasing the risks of hypercalcemia and hypercalciuria. The recommended amt of calcium for a 47 yr old (my age) is 1,000. Is this okay to take?

Can a 17year old girl weighing 60kg. and 5ft. 11in tall use Calcium Carbonate with vit.D?

Posted 30 Aug 2010 by Ojele 1 answer

She lacks stamina or maybe just lazy. She use to be qiute intelligent accademically but now slouches all over the place, sleeps a lot, walks funny too.

Does my protonix effect my calcium carbonate?

Posted 14 Apr 2010 by JANETC1932 1 answer

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