Calcimax Or Gemcal

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munni Says:
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Can i use gemcal instead of calcimax 500.iam 5 month pregnant



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annie Says:
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Yes u can use gemcal during pregnancy..even in having it from my 3rd month of pregnancy

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Verwon Says:

They are both calcium supplements that are vital to your health, as well as to the health of your baby.

But the NIH warns that it may cause side effects, such as dry mouth, nausea, and constipation, due to its potency.

How are you both doing? Are you on any other medications?

Congratulations on the babies!

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Mom11 Says:
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Hey. I need to know if ur pregnancy turned out well? I took Gemcal too, but somebody told me it's not safe during pregnancy. Plzz reply. Has anybody else taken Gemcal during their pregnancy? Is it safe?

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