Calcium Citrate

Last Update February 13, 2016
Category: Dietary supplement
Calcium citrate is the calcium salt of citric acid. It is commonly used as a food additive (E number), usually as a preservative, but...
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Calcium Citrate and Prilosec

Interaction between Calcium Citrate and Prilosec: Interaction not known, but may still exist. Always consult your doctor before taking these medications together. Do not stop taking the medications without a physician's advice. Disclaimer
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B-1, Biotin, prilosic and calcium citrate. I have...
" ...mashed potatos at my meal times I do take my multi-viti, B-1, Biotin, prilosic and calcium citrate. I have started walking and am walking about 2 miles daily. It will... "

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multi, B1, B12, Calcium citrate and prilosec and review it...
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" ...to photocopy the nutrition information of all my suppliments/medication - multi, B1, B12, Calcium citrate and prilosec and review it with the doc and the nut.� I then adjusted doses... "

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however because when I take my prilosec I feel \"full\"...
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" ...am hoping that helps with the tired all the time feeling. I am concerned however because when I take my prilosec I feel \"full\" from that! 3 more pills a day just for vitamins and I have to find a... "

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was low, calcium citrate, rx prilosec), but vitamin B12 wa...
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" ...on vitamins ( I take a multi vitamin, 2 vitamin A cause I was low, vitamin D cause I was low, calcium citrate, rx prilosec), but vitamin B12 was never... "

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calcium citrate PrilosecTake miralax as needed too as c...
" ...bariatric multi vitamins Iron 3 calcium citrate Prilosec Take miralax as needed too as constipation is a killer after RNY I have a couple other things I take like birth control and anxiety meds... "

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lunch, I take my calcium citrate (the one that you ca...
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" ...forget, at lunch, I take my calcium citrate (the one that you can ...consistently ok.� If you take iron supplements that throws things off ...stomach protecting drug, such as prilosec or something, but those... "

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start the Calcium Citrate. I havn't ordered them yet and...
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" ...I'm taking my multi-vitamins, B-12 (M-W-F 1000mg), Iron (50mg), Prilosec (30 days) and in a week I start the Calcium Citrate. I havn't ordered them yet and am still trying... "

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iting to take Calcium Citrate? You can dissolve it in wat...
" ...of the point... Don't take Prilosec or anything similar within two ...at bed time and the Prilosec in the morning. So, yes ...hours separate at minimum. Why are you waiting to take Calcium Citrate? You... "

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prilosec, calcium citrate. Then breakfast (sometimes...
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" A typical day for me starts around 7:00 a.m., Vitamins - Iron, multi, prilosec, calcium citrate. Then breakfast (sometimes a egg burrito with chunk sausage, but most times a 1/4 cup of honey... "

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a day and six calcium citrate tabs, along with two prilosec...
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" ...times a day and six calcium citrate tabs, along with two prilosec tabs daily, two vit d ...twice a day like I do? Is this my new compulsion?? You are so wonderful here, Thank you for... "

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