Linzess With Vitamin D 50,000 Iu

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Martha Says:
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Hi, I have been taking Vitamin D 50,000 IU because my doctor found that I was having a pretty bad Vitamin D deficiency, but now my gastroenterologist gave me a prescription for Linzess. I'm not sure if I can take Linzess and my Vitamin D together?


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Verwon Says:

I didn't find any problems or interactions listed, but it is always best to double check to be sure.

The worst issue I can find is that the vitamin D can sometimes cause constipation, according to FDA reports, so they can be kind of contradictory.

How is the Linzess working for you?

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