Best Calcium With Vitamin D3

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Saikat C. Says:
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I am a patient of Polycythemia vera since 2008 (Age - 34, Male). Due to low BMD all bones are too much painful & suffering from osteoporosis since 2009. which calcium with vitamin D3 should I take daily and kindly suggest me Doses & Strength? Shall I have to take before or after of lunch or Dinner? In empty stomach is this more effective? I am taking - Amlopidine 5 BD, Aspirin 150 OD, my BMD score is Moderate (Bone fracture risk is high). Middle of June 2013, due to partial cerebral thrombosis I was fell down & Right Shoulder dislocated, a piece of bone (2.44") of humorous is still inside of my Right hand. Feeling very nerve, mussels pain, left side of body gradually senseless. According to Doctors, I am belonging from "Rarest of Rares according to my gender & age as of 2008". Kindly suggest by providing above mentioned scenario. Reply earliest kindly. Thanking you

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Saikat C.


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sanjib Says:

I am also a patient of Polycythemia vera since my childhood. Recently My doctor proscribe me Ecopring 75. I am now 42 years and working naturally.


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