Shelcal And Gemcal Both We Can It Any Harmful

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Ash Says:

I have taken both Gemcal and Shelcal tablets.i have taken Gemcal at after dinner and Shelcal after it any harmful

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ash! How are you?

It would really be best to just take one of them. Some nutrients, such as calcium and vitamin D can cause problems if you take too much.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Chhaya tiwari Says:
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Suffefing from austioporasis from last 20 years taking terifrak in .

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Ramlal Says:
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Both are same. Don't worry. All Calcium tablets have got Vit D3 in different quantity.
Use Calcium Citrate. It's Calcium is better absorbed. Available as AARACHITOL-O, THYROCAL D3, OSSOPAN MCM and CCM.
Can also use Ostocalciam.

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