Shelcal 500 Expired One

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Deepa Says:


my son is 6 years old and has taken shelcal 500 expired in july 2012. I took him to the doc and he prescribed nothing instead he suggested to give one banana and curd rice.
Is there anything I have to do. pls tell me ASAP.




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Verwon Says:

Hi, Deepa! How are you and your son?

Shelcal is just a nutritional supplement, so it's not something that's dangerous, when it's expired. The foods the doctor told you to give him were just to help prevent his stomach from getting upset.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Deepa Says:

Hi,
I have recently underwent regular check ups. All the reports were normal but in ultrasound scan it says that :
UTERUS: Is bulky in size normal in shape position. IIIdefined hypoechoic 21mm hetergenous and irregular marginated lesion within the lateral wall of the body of uterus Rest of the myometrium reveals homogenous echopattern with no evidence of focal lesions. Endometrial echos are well visualised and measures 8.6 mm. Cervix appear thickened with endocervical streak of free fluid.
Ovaries are with small follicular pattern
No evidence of mass lesion with in the pelvis
Uterine adnexa does not reveal any significant abnomality
No evidence of para-aortic/paracaval lymphadenopathy
no evidence of free fluid with in the peritoneal cavity.

Pl suggest what does that mean. Is there anything to worry. I am having heavy bleeding with clots and cramps too.


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Deepa Says:

Thanks for the reply. we were relieved to know that it was nothing to worry.
thanks again

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Grets Says:

i have a few strips of shelcal 500 which have expired on Jan'15... can i still consume those...i am 65 years with no pre-medical condition

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waseem ahmad Says:
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My father was taking expired shelcal from two months by mistake what should I do now

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