Magnesium

Last Update February 9, 2016
Category: Dietary supplement
Magnesium is a chemical element with the symbol Mg, atomic number 12, and common oxidation number +2. It is an alkaline earth m...
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Magnesium and Warfarin

Interaction between Magnesium and Warfarin: 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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I have been taking magnesium to reduce cramps that...
| www.dailystrength.org
" ...that both Vit C and magnesium interact with warfarin. I have been taking magnesium to reduce cramps that I keep getting ...now about a link between warfarin and osteoporosis - ive been on... "

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fter 2 procedures ,I may have a 70% chance of being afib...
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" ...that I started taking Magnesium,and also cutting out certain foods has helped a lot,surgeon talked to me about having ablation but am scared,he said that after 2 procedures ,I may have a 70% chance... "

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tands I'm sitting here feeling pretty well. To ev...
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" ...anti-coagulation up and get my Warfarin dosage worked out. Only issues were ...a little irregular (sorted with magnesium?). As it stands I'm sitting here feeling pretty well. To everyone who posted... "

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read about chealated magnesium working to even out heart...
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" I've read about chealated magnesium working to even out heart arrhythmias. I haven't tried ...caution out there: if anyone is taking Warfarin or any other blood thinner... "

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y husband started take magnesium a few months ago and h...
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" ...has been on coumadin, or warfarin for a number of years, ...any kind. My husband started take magnesium a few months ago ...because it was making his warfarin not be effective at all. "

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at taking magnesium gave me gastric problems and it took me...
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" ...let you know that taking magnesium gave me gastric problems and it took me ...that by not eating yogurt and porridge and taking my warfarin mid breakfast has cured my problem. Wishing you well.... "

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you shouldn't take magnesium within 2 hours of warfarin,...
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" ...read that you shouldn't take magnesium within 2 hours of warfarin, because it affects the absorption. ...too much magnesium... "

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at one IS a problem with warfarin but - nope - magnesium is...
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" Magnesium is fine with Warfarin. I have spent a lot ...supplementation and that one IS a problem with warfarin but - nope - magnesium is fine when taken with warfari... "

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I was fine while taking these baths, with no change...
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" ...while I was on warfarin. I had no idea the contraindication. I was fine while taking these baths, with no change in INR.... "

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agnesium is good for certain heart conditions, but I am h...
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" Magnesium with warfarin - good idea or not? I have been considering taking magnesium supplements because I know magnesium is good for certain heart conditions, but I am hesitant because I have... "

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