Bio D3 Max - Be Taken Along With Tamoxifen And Calcium

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can i take this medicine along with the tamoxifen and calcium tablets



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Verwon Says:

You're taking Tamoxifen for breast cancer?

If so, you really need to consult your doctor, before you take anything else, even just a nutritional supplement. There may be things that you shouldn't be taking, especially some nutrients that may affect your estrogen levels.

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