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Calcium Carbonate Side Effects

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Calcium & Nexium

esomeprazole / Nexium can soften the bones. it may have an adverse side effect -- reducing calcium absorption in your body. If you take Nexium, it's important to discuss with your physician how it may impact your calcium intake needs... talk to your doctor about switching from calcium carbonate to calcium citrate supplements... calcium citrate does not require stomach acid for absorption into the body... you should take no more than 500 and 600 mg at a time to retain absorption

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Superimposed Elemental Imaging (SEI™) of the membrane cross-section. The top layer (blue) is calcium carbonate. The polysulfone layer (pink) of the membrane had separated from the non-woven support structure. Calcium carbonate crystals are clearly visible on the permeate side, indicating that calcium and alkalinity were not being effectively rejected by the membrane.

from Swanson Health Products

Calcium Citrate & Vitamin D

Calcium Citrate is more easily absorbed that Calcium Oxide or Carbonate. 1000 mg/day. Calcium is important for normal nerve transmission. NOTE: Magnesium can cause diarrhea, and Calcium can cause constipation. Taking these two supplements together should cancel out those side-effects.

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Strange Side Effects: Blame It on the Meds

Gas-Passing Prescriptions There are few drug side effects more annoying than a sudden attack of bloating followed by flatulence. Abdominal bloating can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. Medications that contain the sugars lactulose or sorbitol, which are used to treat constipation, can cause bloating, as can over-the-counter antacids with calcium carbonate, such as Tums and Rolaids. Prilosec (omeprazole), a commonly prescribed heartburn medication, also has bloating as a drug side…

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Activated carbon or charcoal supplements. Activated charcoal is used to treat poisonings, reduce intestinal gas (flatulence), lower cholesterol levels, prevent hangover, and treat bile flow problems (cholestasis) during pregnancy. Website indicates supporting research, natural dietary sources and available forms of supplement. (Image: http://periodictable.com/Elements/006/index.html#)

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency & Neurological Symptoms

Signs & Symptoms of Neurological Damage From Low Vitamin B12 Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/371406-signs-symptoms-of-neurological-damage-from-low-vitamin-b12/#ixzz2L8XJvfqc

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Vitamin B-6 and Hair Regrowth

VITAMIN B6 FOR HAIR REGROWTH Vitamin B6, zinc and azelaic acid used together at low concentrations could inhibit 90-percent of 5 alpha-reductase activity, which helps treat androgen-related pathologies

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