Klorcon M20

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How many mg are in one KlorCon m20 tablet?



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Crystal Says:

Klorcon M20 has 20 mEq. Klorcon generic name is potassium chloride.

To learn more click on the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Potassium+Chloride/­

Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Hope Says:

How many miligrams or grams are in Klor-con m20? I have extremely low potassium and have to take 3 per day, I am taking too much? I do not have eat very many foods with potassium so I am not sure.

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Hope Says:

Orry, I apparently cannot type today.

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max kampp Says:

how many millagrams are ic klor - con m 20

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trinity037 Says:

I would like to know how many mg. are in one IC Klor 20mEq SR-tablet.

Thanks!

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graydog111 Says:

I have been taking Klor-Con M20 for several years. It is extremely hard to swallow. More like swallowing a golf ball covered with sand. I searched the internet for a gelcap that I could buy to replace the Klor-Con, but could find nothing. Anyone have an answer?

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Linda Says:
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I had same problem. Per my DRs prescription I grind it up, dump it in my mouth and take big gulp of water. It doesn't taste that bad. Dr also suggested mixing it with applesauce or yogurt. But I would rather gulp down with water and then have bite of something. I use a mortar and pestle to grind up the tablet.

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Lucy Says:
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My throat has been swollen and haven't been able to takes Klor Conn the grinding it rates my throat any suggests

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Katrinka Says:

My pharmacist said I could put them in a small amount of water and let it dissolve, then I mix it with a little juice and wash it down, it works for me and my potassium levels are good when I have my blood work done.

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Rose Says:
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I want to know if ican grind Klor Con 8 meq? Thanks.

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Ronan Says:

Klor tablets should never be ground up or split. They are a timed release tablet. When broken too much potassium is released at one time.
Tell your doctor to per scribe the capsule form, they are easier to take than the tablet.

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catalina Says:

What is an appropriate dose of Klor-Con to take with 20 mg of torsemide to prevent potassium deficiency?


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Shell Says:
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I have some Klor-con M20 tablets and they are about 4 years old. Will it be safe for me to take them? They have been in the bottle in a dark place just about the whole time.

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Sadie Says:

I have Klor-Con M20 with an expiration date of 8/4/17 - Would these still be ok to take or have they lost their strength? They were issued on 8/14/16.

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