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I use this and am looking for a new supplier ## Finding a new supplier really depends on where you are located, and what's available in your region. It also depends on whether or not you are looking for a prescription pill vs pure powder form or other OTC variations. The FDA deemed that (over the counter) supplements can only have up to 99 mg of elemental Potassium per pill and 100 mg or higher requires a prescription…so a prescription could be several times more potent, saving you from taking several pills a day of a supplement. NOTE: Orally, Potassium Chloride is toxic "in excess". In the U.S. Potassium Chloride (powdered form) is manufactured by several companies which you can view in the link below (near the top of the list): Other Potassium Chloride br... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Potassium Chloride.
Wed, Oct 19 '11, 11:38 AM
Pot Cl Micro Er Tab 20 Meq
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MY NIECE HAS TO TAKE 540 OF THESE A MONTH AND thats if her pot, doesnt drop and im trying to find a place to help her with this med ,She has noinsurance,Who is the maker of these pills? ## The tablet you mentioned is a Potassium supplement and is not a name brand, it's a generic, so without more specifics, I can't tell you who manufactured them. There are several companies that make them and, since these are a generic, there aren't usually assistance programs for these. Assistance programs are usually only for name brand medications, which can be very expensive and are provide to help people that don't have any coverage. I can, however, look into it more specifically, if you can post back with more details. Can you ask her who the manufacturer is or what the markings are... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sun, Mar 13 '16, 8:48 AM
pot cl micro er tab 20meq
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How many should a 78 year old female take daily. ## Hi, Rick! This is a prescription potassium supplement, so she should only be taking it if her doctor has instructed her to do so and then only in the prescribed amount each day. Low potassium can be dangerous, since it is vital to heart function, as well as quite a few other body functions, but too much can be just as dangerous. It also needs to be swallowed whole and preferably taken with a small meal, since it can be very irritating to the stomach. How much is she taking? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Jun 10 '13, 12:46 PM
Pot Cl Micro Tab 20meq er
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What are the side effects of the medicine ## Potassium is a nutritional supplement, used to treat or prevent a deficiency in this vital nutrient. As a supplement, the side effect profiles for it are not studied the same as drugs are, however, this one is known to cause nausea, stomach irritation and excess stomach acid, in some people. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ## What is medcation Pot cl micro tab 20 meg Er usec to treat. ## It is used to traet low potassium levels in the blood ...
Updated 2 years ago in Nausea & Vomiting.
Thu, Sep 03 '15, 6:57 AM
pot cl micro tab 20meq er pill
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what is this pill going to do to your system is it good to take before going to bed I take it 4 times a day any infor will help thanks john ## Hello, John! How are you? This is a high potency potassium supplement that's prescribed when someone's level has fallen dangerously low or if they are on medications that may cause it to fall dangerously low. Its most prominent side effect is stomach irritation, so it should be taken with food. It would also be best not to lay down within a half hour or so of taking it, so it should be taken awhile before going to bed. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## When is the best time of day to take, POT CL MICRO, 20MG ? ## What time of day is best to take, POT CL MICRO 20mg ? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Sep 03 '16, 4:19 PM
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I was taken one 10 MEQ of potassium once a day. now they tell me i need to take 50 mg a day but i called the pharmacy and they said that i need to take two of 10 MEQ capsules a day. So thats 20 meq. But is that to much potassium in a day. Because potassium comes in MEQ not mg. So should i take 2 tabs a day or go back to just 1 tab a day. They said that the 10 meq is equal to 750 mg so thats 1500 mg a day. Is that going to be to much potassium. ## i am taken 1 10 meq of citrate potassium 4 times a day, 1 chiorthalidone 25 mg, & 2 , 20 meg potassium cl er micro, i have my blood checked each month my potassium alway low & lately i am very itchy on my arms, am i having a interactin with the two potassium medication ? ## My client was told by her Dr. to take potassium 50 mg 2 x a day... ...
Updated 5 years ago.
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