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Ultranuron Plus

I am 73 yrs. old. Dr. has perscribed Ultranuron Plus as mineral and vitamin supplement. Is it o.k. ## This is just a nutritional supplement, used to make sure you are getting enough of the vital nutrients that it contains. Most people do not take in enough of them, in their daily diets and this is especially true, when you're older, because you often don't have as much of an appetite as you did, when you were younger. A deficiency in them can cause many different health problems or aggravate pre-existing ones. Have you spoken to your doctor about any concerns you have? ...

Updated in Vitamins & Supplements
tablet gemcal

Pls. give the details for what reason is Tablet Gemcal is prescribed. ## i have been detected with Hypothyroidism. M a female of age 27. I had a lot of pains in my body. Earlier I was prescribed Thyrox25. I took it for 1 month and my Thyroid level was increased by .3 in this month. Now doctor has increased the dose to Throx 50 and has given me UltraNuron, Gemcal, Supradyn and a painkiller plus anti acidity medicine. ## I want to know if taking all these medicines at one time harmful in any sense? ## Gemcal is a nutritional supplement that contains 0.25mcgs of Calcitrol, 500mgs of Calcium and 7.5mgs of Zinc. It is mainly given as an antacid to treat heartburn and similar conditions. Thyrox contains Levothyroxine sodium, it is used to treat Thyroid conditions. Did you mean Ultraneural... ...

Updated in Calcitrol


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