Shelcal Or Gemcal Which One To Take

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can anyone clarify the difference between shelcal and gem cal.



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Verwon Says:

Some of the ingredients are different.

Shelcal contains Calcium Carbonate and Vitamin D3.


Gemcal contains:calcitriol 0.25 mcg, calcium carbonate 500 mg amd zinc 7.5 mg.


So it is what they provide and their formulations, it depends on what your body needs and what your doctor recommends that you use.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Vitamin/­

Which has your doctor recommended?

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Deepak kalra Says:

Gemcal is alws better then the shelcal...cause it contains Calcitriol which is an active form of vit D3...n zinc which reduces the risk of osteoporosis.

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mohammed khaleel Says:

what are the side effects of Gemcal

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Ramesh Says:

Thanks for your valuable advice. By the way are you a Doctor? I was prescribed Shelcal by my doctor but I got Gem Cal from my CGHS Dispensary.

Thanks and Regards,
Ramesh

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Lovely Says:
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Which one to take Gemcal or Shelcal M. I am 47years old.

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BHAVANA Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I want a composition of calcium, d3, magnesium, zinc and if possible vitamin

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Ramlal Says:
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Re: Ramesh (# 4)

They are same. Both have Calcium and Vit D3. Take instead Calcium Citrate. It's better absorbed. Available as CCM, AARACHITOL-O, THYROCAL D3, OSSOPAN MCM etc

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Ratnesh Says:
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Gemcal plus having calcium carbonate 625mg magnesium 50mg zinc 7.5mg calcitriol.0.25mcg boron 1.5mg mecobalamin 750mcg and k2- 7-45mcg.

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