What Can I Take Instead Of Potassium 10 Meq Tab

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Nanci Says:


what can i take over the counter instead of potassium 10 meq tab



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nanci! How are you?

There really aren't any potassium supplements available over the counter that would be equivalent. They are all very low dose, due to the dangers of someone developing high potassium, so you'd have to take a lot of them to even come close to this.

Are you having some problem taking these?

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I was just looking for a cheaper and over the counter remedy so it would be one less prescription I had to deal with. Thanks for your help

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