CALCIUM CARBONATE 1250MG + VITAMIN D3 250IU

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Introduction

TABLETS Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets is a combination of two medicines: Calcium Carbonate and Cholecalciferol. Calcium Carbonate is a mineral which is necessary for healthy bones and teeth. It also helps in blood clotting and nerve impulse transmission. Cholecalciferol is a form of Vitamin D which helps in the absorption of Calcium from the gut and maintains adequate levels of Calcium and Phosphorus in the blood.

Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets is used to treat or prevent low levels of Calcium and Vitamin D in the body. It is also used to treat conditions caused by low levels of Calcium and Vitamin D such as rickets, osteomalacia, and osteoporosis.

This medicine is available in the form of tablets and should be taken orally with food. The dose and duration of treatment depend on the patient’s condition and response to the treatment. It is important to take this medicine regularly to get the most benefit from it.

Uses

Uses

Calcium carbonate is a mineral that is used to help build and maintain strong bones and teeth. It is also used to treat conditions caused by low calcium levels such as bone loss (osteoporosis), weak bones (osteomalacia/rickets), decreased activity of the parathyroid gland (hypoparathyroidism), and a certain muscle disease (latent tetany). Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium and phosphorus. Having the right amount of vitamin D, calcium, and phosphorus is important for building and keeping strong bones.

Directions for Use

TABLETS Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start taking this medicine. Keep this leaflet. You may need to read it again.

If you have any further questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

This medicine has been prescribed for you. Do not pass it on to others. It may harm them, even if their symptoms are the same as yours.

If any of the side effects gets serious, or if you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.

In this leaflet:

1. What Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets are and what they are used for

2. Before you take Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets

3. How to take Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets

4. Possible side effects

5. How to store Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets

6. Further information

1. WHAT CALCIUM CARBONATE 1250MG + VITAMIN D3 250IU TABLETS ARE AND WHAT THEY ARE USED FOR

Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets are a combination of two medicines: calcium carbonate and vitamin D3.

Calcium carbonate is a mineral which is important for the normal development and maintenance of bones and teeth. Vitamin D3 helps the body to absorb calcium.

Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets are used to treat or prevent calcium deficiency in people who do not get enough calcium from their diet.

2. BEFORE YOU TAKE CALCIUM CARBONATE 1250MG + VITAMIN D3 250IU TABLETS

Do not take Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets if you:

• are allergic (hypersensitive) to calcium carbonate, vitamin D3 or any of the other ingredients of Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets (listed in section 6)

• have high levels of calcium in your blood (hypercalcaemia)

• have high levels of calcium in your urine (hypercalciuria)

• have kidney stones

• have sarcoidosis

• have any other condition which affects your ability to absorb calcium

Take special care with Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets

Before taking Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU Tablets, tell your doctor if you:

• have kidney problems

• have any other medical condition

• are pregnant or breastfeeding

Taking other medicines

Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription.

In particular, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any of the following medicines:

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (calcium channel blockers)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat depression (fluoxetine)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat osteoporosis (bisphosphonates)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (chlorpropamide)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cisplatin)

• medicines used to treat infections (tetracyclines)

• medicines used to treat high cholesterol (cholestyramine)

• medicines used to treat iron deficiency (iron salts)

• medicines used to treat vitamin D deficiency (calcitriol)

• medicines used to treat calcium deficiency (calcium salts)

• medicines used to treat vitamin A deficiency (retinol)

• medicines used to treat vitamin K deficiency (phytonadione)

• medicines used to treat vitamin B12 deficiency (cyanocobalamin)

• medicines used to treat magnesium deficiency (magnesium salts)

• medicines used to treat zinc deficiency (zinc salts)

• medicines used to treat phosphate deficiency (phosphate salts)

• medicines used to treat potassium deficiency (potassium salts)

• medicines used to treat selenium deficiency (selenium salts)

• medicines used to treat manganese deficiency (manganese salts)

• medicines used to treat copper deficiency (copper salts)

• medicines used to treat chromium deficiency (chromium salts)

• medicines used to treat molybdenum deficiency (molybdenum salts)

• medicines used to treat iodine deficiency (iodine salts)

• medicines used to treat cobalt deficiency (cobalt salts)

• medicines used to treat vanadium deficiency (vanadium salts)

• medicines used to treat boron deficiency (boron salts)

• medicines used to treat silicon deficiency (silicon salts)

• medicines used to treat fluoride deficiency (fluoride salts)

• medicines used to treat strontium deficiency (strontium salts)

• medicines used to treat lithium deficiency (lithium salts)

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• medicines used to treat arsenic deficiency (arsenic salts)

• medicines used to treat barium deficiency (barium salts)

• medicines used to treat beryllium deficiency (beryllium salts)

• medicines used to treat bismuth deficiency (bismuth salts)

• medicines used to treat cadmium deficiency (cadmium salts)

• medicines used to treat lead deficiency (lead salts)

• medicines used to treat mercury deficiency (mercury salts)

• medicines used to treat nickel deficiency (nickel salts)

• medicines used to treat tin deficiency (tin salts)

• medicines used to treat antacids (aluminium hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (simethicone)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (kaolin, pectin)

• medicines used to treat constipation (lactulose)

• medicines used to treat ulcerative colitis (sulfasalazine)

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• medicines used to treat high cholesterol (colestipol)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

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• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (amphotericin B)

• medicines used to treat asthma (theophylline)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (levodopa)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (haloperidol)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (valproic acid)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms (baclofen)

• medicines used to treat allergies (cetirizine)

• medicines used to treat hay fever (loratadine)

• medicines used to treat colds and flu (dextromethorphan)

• medicines used to treat motion sickness (meclizine)

• medicines used to treat nausea and vomiting (ondansetron)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (omeprazole)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat acid reflux (famotidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (loperamide)

• medicines used to treat constipation (senna)

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (captopril)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (glibenclamide)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat infections (ampicillin)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cyclophosphamide)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

• medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin)

• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole)

• medicines used to treat asthma (salbutamol)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (amantadine)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (chlorpromazine)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms (baclofen)

• medicines used to treat allergies (cetirizine)

• medicines used to treat hay fever (loratadine)

• medicines used to treat colds and flu (dextromethorphan)

• medicines used to treat motion sickness (meclizine)

• medicines used to treat nausea and vomiting (ondansetron)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (omeprazole)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat acid reflux (famotidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (loperamide)

• medicines used to treat constipation (senna)

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (captopril)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (glibenclamide)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat infections (ampicillin)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cyclophosphamide)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

• medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin)

• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole)

• medicines used to treat asthma (salbutamol)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (amantadine)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (chlorpromazine)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms (baclofen)

• medicines used to treat allergies (cetirizine)

• medicines used to treat hay fever (loratadine)

• medicines used to treat colds and flu (dextromethorphan)

• medicines used to treat motion sickness (meclizine)

• medicines used to treat nausea and vomiting (ondansetron)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (omeprazole)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat acid reflux (famotidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (loperamide)

• medicines used to treat constipation (senna)

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (captopril)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (glibenclamide)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat infections (ampicillin)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cyclophosphamide)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

• medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin)

• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole)

• medicines used to treat asthma (salbutamol)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (amantadine)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (chlorpromazine)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms (baclofen)

• medicines used to treat allergies (cetirizine)

• medicines used to treat hay fever (loratadine)

• medicines used to treat colds and flu (dextromethorphan)

• medicines used to treat motion sickness (meclizine)

• medicines used to treat nausea and vomiting (ondansetron)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (omeprazole)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat acid reflux (famotidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (loperamide)

• medicines used to treat constipation (senna)

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (captopril)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (glibenclamide)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat infections (ampicillin)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cyclophosphamide)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

• medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin)

• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole)

• medicines used to treat asthma (salbutamol)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (amantadine)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (chlorpromazine)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms (baclofen)

• medicines used to treat allergies (cetirizine)

• medicines used to treat hay fever (loratadine)

• medicines used to treat colds and flu (dextromethorphan)

• medicines used to treat motion sickness (meclizine)

• medicines used to treat nausea and vomiting (ondansetron)

• medicines used to treat heartburn (omeprazole)

• medicines used to treat stomach ulcers (ranitidine)

• medicines used to treat acid reflux (famotidine)

• medicines used to treat indigestion (cimetidine)

• medicines used to treat diarrhoea (loperamide)

• medicines used to treat constipation (senna)

• medicines used to treat high blood pressure (captopril)

• medicines used to treat heart problems (digoxin)

• medicines used to treat diabetes (glibenclamide)

• medicines used to treat thyroid problems (levothyroxine)

• medicines used to treat gout (allopurinol)

• medicines used to treat infections (ampicillin)

• medicines used to treat cancer (cyclophosphamide)

• medicines used to treat HIV infection (zidovudine)

• medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin)

• medicines used to treat malaria (chloroquine)

• medicines used to treat fungal infections (fluconazole)

• medicines used to treat asthma (salbutamol)

• medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease (amantadine)

• medicines used to treat schizophrenia (chlorpromazine)

• medicines used to treat bipolar disorder (lithium)

• medicines used to treat epilepsy (phenytoin)

• medicines used to treat anxiety (diazepam)

• medicines used to treat insomnia (zolpidem)

• medicines used to treat pain (codeine)

• medicines used to treat muscle spasms

Storage

Calcium carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU should be stored at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and moisture.

Treatment

Calcium carbonate is a mineral supplement used to prevent and treat calcium deficiencies. It is most commonly used to increase calcium levels in people who do not get enough calcium from their diets. Vitamin D3 is a form of vitamin D that is naturally found in the body. It is used to treat and prevent low levels of vitamin D, which can lead to bone loss and other health problems.

Benefits

Calcium Carbonate 1250mg

Calcium is an essential mineral that is necessary for the proper functioning of the body. It is important for the development and maintenance of strong bones and teeth, as well as for the proper functioning of the muscles, nerves, and heart. Calcium is also important for blood clotting, hormone secretion, and enzyme activity. Calcium carbonate is a form of calcium that is commonly found in dietary supplements. It is a white, odorless powder that is insoluble in water. Calcium carbonate is used to treat conditions caused by low calcium levels such as bone loss (osteoporosis), weak bones (osteomalacia/rickets), decreased activity of the parathyroid gland (hypoparathyroidism), and a certain muscle disease (latent tetany). It is also used to reduce phosphate levels in people with kidney disease.

Vitamin D3 250IU

Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the diet. It is also important for bone health, as it helps the body to absorb and use calcium. Vitamin D3 is produced in the skin when it is exposed to sunlight. It can also be found in some foods, such as fatty fish, egg yolks, and fortified milk and cereals. Vitamin D3 is available in supplement form and is often used to treat vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D3 has been shown to have a number of health benefits, including reducing the risk of certain cancers, improving bone health, and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Side Effects

Common side effects of calcium carbonate + vitamin D3 include:

1. Constipation
2. Abdominal pain
3. Nausea
4. Loss of appetite
5. Headache
6. Muscle pain
7. Weakness
8. Fatigue
9. Dizziness
10. Heartburn
11. Increased thirst
12. Increased urination

Precautions and Warnings

CALCIUM CARBONATE 1250MG + VITAMIN D3 250IU is generally considered safe when taken as directed. However, there are some precautions and warnings to be aware of:

1. People with kidney disease should not take this supplement without consulting their doctor first.

2. People with hypercalcemia (high calcium levels) should not take this supplement.

3. People taking medications for high blood pressure, heart disease, or diabetes should consult their doctor before taking this supplement.

4. People taking antacids or other medications containing calcium should not take this supplement.

5. People with a history of kidney stones should consult their doctor before taking this supplement.

6. Pregnant or nursing women should consult their doctor before taking this supplement.

7. People with allergies to calcium carbonate or vitamin D3 should not take this supplement.

8. People with a history of bone fractures should consult their doctor before taking this supplement.

How Does It Work?

Calcium carbonate is a mineral supplement that is used to increase calcium levels in the body. It works by providing the body with a source of calcium, which is an essential mineral for healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin D3 is a form of vitamin D that helps the body absorb and use calcium. When taken together, calcium carbonate and vitamin D3 work together to help maintain healthy bones and teeth.

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Safety Advice

pregnancy

Pregnancy

Q: Can I take during pregnancy?

It is best to consult with your doctor before taking any medication during pregnancy.

feeding

Breast Feeding

Can I take while breastfeeding?

Yes, it is generally safe to take calcium carbonate 1250mg + vitamin D3 250IU while breastfeeding. However, it is always best to consult with your doctor before taking any medication while breastfeeding.

alcohol

Alcohol

Can I consume alcohol with?

No, you should not consume alcohol while taking any medication, including CALCIUM CARBONATE 1250MG + VITAMIN D3 250IU. Alcohol can interfere with the effectiveness of the medication and can also cause side effects.

driving

Driving

Can I drive if I have consumed?

No, you should not drive after consuming any medication, including calcium carbonate 1250mg + vitamin D3 250IU. It is important to follow the instructions of your doctor or pharmacist when taking any medication.

(FAQs)

Q: What is Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU?
A: Calcium Carbonate 1250mg + Vitamin D3 250IU is a dietary supplement that combines calcium carbonate and vitamin D3 to provide a daily dose of essential nutrients. The calcium carbonate provides 1250mg of elemental calcium, while the vitamin D3 provides 250IU of cholecalciferol. This combination of nutrients helps to support healthy bones, teeth, and muscles.

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