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Caltrate vs Citracal

Caltrate
VS.
Citracal
Other name: Calcium Calcium
Other name: Calcium Citrate Calcium Citrate
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3.4
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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3.3
Moderately Satisfied
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1.1
Concern level
3.0
Helpfulness
for Osteoporosis
2.1
Concern level
2.9
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Caltrate is a brand name calcium supplement sold by Wyeth Consumer Healthcare. The Caltrate brand is supplied in many different "formulas", with calcium carbonate (NOT calcium citrate) being the common ingredient serving as the calcium supplement source....
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Calcium citrate is the calcium salt of citric acid. It is commonly used as a food additive (E number), usually as a preservative, but sometimes for flavor. In this sense, it is similar to sodium citrate. Calcium citrate is also used as a water softene...
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Caltrate is a brand name calcium supplement sold by Wyeth Consumer Healthcare. The Caltrate brand is supplied in many different "formulas", with calcium carbonate (NOT calcium citrate) being the common ingredient serving as the calcium supplement source....
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Calcium citrate is the calcium salt of citric acid. It is commonly used as a food additive (E number), usually as a preservative, but sometimes for flavor. In this sense, it is similar to sodium citrate. Calcium citrate is also used as a water softene...
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rst bone density test that Citracal is better absorbed since...
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" ...Dairy Products Calcium tabs like caltrate should be taken by anyone ...20s to 30s. I take Citracal Calcium Citrate D 500 ...by the endocrinologist at my first bone density test that Citracal is better... "

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take Citracal currently...I'm far enough out t...
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" #3 I take Citracal currently...I'm far enough out that ...(which aren't terribly petite). Chewable calcium citrate seems really expensive (all the money I'm saving by not eating I'm spending... "

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carbonate - switching to Citracal).� I'm getting about 1200...
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" ...multis with iron (I take CVS Spectravite)and two calciums with D (I was taking Caltrate in� error - I thought ...but it's carbonate - switching to Citracal).� I'm getting about 1200 calcium and 1600 D... "

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lot of women take the citracal. just wondering. And is thi...
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" Topic: Caltrate/Citracal do you think one is ...than the other. When i was switched to arimidex, my onc suggested the caltrate 600 D, but i see alot of women... "

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and had to go back for generic citracal. He didn't complain...
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" ...errands. He can home with Caltrate and had to go back for generic citracal. He didn't complain once I... "

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kip meals, should I take a Caltrate when I skip that meal e...
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" ...happy for you, Vickie. I am trying the Caltrate too this week and ...than 3 a day? Or maybe a combo of Caltrate and Citracel and or Imodium? Also I sometimes skip meals, should I take a Caltrate when I... "

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Citracal and Caltrate make chewable gummy ones. Although...
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" ...caramel and cream swirls. They had varying amounts of calcium and carbs. Both Citracal and Caltrate make chewable gummy ones. Although they compared well with amounts of nutrients they... "

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take Caltrate. I tried Citracal but it upset my stomach....
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" I take Caltrate. I tried Citracal but it upset my stomach. I have to take my vitamins and calcium at night or they ...acid to help with my anemia. It is working. Last Friday when I got my still NED... "

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ith the taste. So, any ideas? I miss those Caltrate-IBS...
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" ...an complete fan of Caltrate. I took it and it was doing so well for me - then ...just that little bit. I tried taking Citracel daily too - but ...word - I have no problem with the taste. So, any ideas? I... "

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ith the taste. So, any ideas? I miss those Caltrate-IBS...
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" ...I was an complete fan of Caltrate. I took it and it was doing so well for me - then ...just that little bit. I tried taking Citracel daily too - but ...word - I have no problem with the taste. So, any... "

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