Ostocalcium Supplement Tablet

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Subramanian Says:
 
We are from India. My wife who is 75 years & is diabetic & hypertensive was suggested by Physician in India to take the following supplement: Ostocalcium manufactured By GSK India. This tablet contains: Colecalciferol Concentrate equivalent Colecalciferol (Vit D3)-400 IU, Tribasic Calcium Phosphate- 0.323 g. Since our stay in USA is extended, I would appreciate if you or any of the subscriber can suggest equivalent or near equivalent medicine available in USA as OTC.

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Subramanian Says:
 
I could locate more or less exact OTC medicine for OSTOCALCIUM (of GSK brand) of India. The medicine available in USA are CALTRATE Gummiesy Bites by few & CALCIUM 500 mg Gummies by CVS. There are many medicines with name Calcium but with the above ingredients (Colecalciferol (Vit D3)-400 IU, Tribasic Calcium Phosphate- 0.323 g). especially with Calcium Phosphate, I could locate only these two.

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Subramanian Says:
 
Same as my last posting. Nothing more. The medicine mentioned in my last posting is a appropriate substitute.

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