Shape Of Magnesium Tablets

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Joanne Says:


I have trouble swallowing pills due to a narrowed throat. My round 250 mg magnesium tablets are sometimes hard to get down. Does anyone know of an oval magnesium tablet, or are they all round? Thanks.



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David Says:

There are a wide variety of magnesium supplements; some are in pill form and some are in powdered form that you can easily empty and stir into a glass of water. I've personally used the powdered packets that you put in your water and they have good flavor as well.

As far as the shape or look of a pill goes, the way a pill looks is entirely up to the whit and whim of the company making it, so you'd really just have to search around and try all the brands out there till you find one that is reasonable for you to take. Otherwise I would suggest opting for the powdered solution.

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Joanne Says:

Thanks, a packet fits the bill. I'll go looking!

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