Gemcal Capsule

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mary Says:

Is it ok to have gemcal daily? I've been taking it for the last 1yr. Is there any side effects?

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Verwon Says:

Gemcal is a nutritional supplement it contains: Calcitriol .25 mcg, Calcium Carbonate 500 mg and zinc 7.5 mg.

Learn more dietary supplement information here.

As to taking it daily, in theory there shouldn't be a problem, because all of these nutrients are very important to your health, as long as you don't take more than is recommended. However, it is always advisable to ask your doctor about anything you take regularly, just to be safe.

Do you have any medical conditions? Do you take any medications regularly?

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Mary Cecil Says:

Tnx for the info. I have mild osteoarthritis in both knees. Hence doctor adviced me to take Gemcal capsules...1 daily. Definitely there's improvement in my condition but the side effects of taking a drug daily worries me. If you could highlight the probable side effects

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Pamela Says:

I am taking Gemcal for mild pain in my knees. I was taking calcium before. But my palms are itching most of the time. Is it a side effect of the capsule?

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Ashish Says:
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Which Calcium supplement is better Nutrilite CalmagD or Gemcal...

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bikash Says:

I had undergone an knee joint operation due to malignant bone tumor.Doctor suggested to take one Gemcal capsule daily for 3 months. Is it ok to have this?

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ranjitha Says:

Instead of gemcal plus i am taking gemcal. Is there any difference, or shall i change tablets? I'm taking these tablets for migraine relief and deficiencies of vitamin d3.

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Usha Says:
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I was taking caldikind plus the day before yesterday. Due to quivering feet and hands, I told my doctor about these symptoms. I am also epileptic. My doctor advised me to take gemcal plus. Is that okay while I am taking caldikind plus? Will it affect my health?

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Nihu Says:
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Can I take gemcal capsules at night during meals? I'm 23 years old and have been advised by my doctor to take it... I could not take it after lunch so I want to know whether I could take it at night?

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