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Cal123 Tablet 15

Cal123 Tablet 15


    • Rs. 115.00

    Uses :

    Calcium orotate Calcium orotate is used to treat low blood calcium levels in the body. It is also used to treat the conditions such as bone loss in osteoporosis, weak bones, hypoparathyroidism, and rickets. Calcium citrate Calcium citrate is used to treat low blood calcium levels in the patients who do not get adequate calcium from their diet. It is also used in the treatment of osteoporosis (bone loss), osteomalacia (weak bones), rickets, hypoparathyroidism. It is also prescribed for the women who are pregnant, nursing, and postmenopausal. Cholecalciferol Cholecalciferol is indicated for the treatment of vitamin D deficiency, treatment of bone disorders such as rickets, osteoporosis, osteomalacia, treatment of hypoparathyroidism, and other conditions where vitamin D3 is deficient which include celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, and liver problems. Calcium Calcium is a dietary supplement used for the treatment of osteoporosis (weakening of bones). It is used to treat the symptoms such as acidity, heartburn, stomach upset or indigestion.

    Mode of drug action

    Calcium orotate Calcium orotate plays a vital role in the body. It supports normal functioning of nerves, cells, bone, and muscles. It provides sufficient calcium useful for the body, as the body takes calcium from bones if enough calcium is not present in the blood. Calcium orotate treats the conditions and makes calcium available for utilization. Calcium citrate Calcium citrate plays a key role in the body. It is a water soluble calcium supplement. It is the combination of calcium salt with citric acid and malic acid. It has high bioavailability and dissolution. When absorbed by the body it releases calcium ions and calcium citrate complex. Calcium ions are directly absorbed into the intestinal cells, and citrate complex enters through paracellular absorption. Cholecalciferol Cholecalciferol is a steroid hormone that regulates calcium and phosphorus absorption, bone mineralization, and vitamin A assimilation. In the body, vitamin D3 is converted into its active form calcitriol. Calcitriol acts by increasing the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, bone resorption, and renal tubular reabsorption of calcium. It also promotes intestinal absorption of calcium. Thus, calcitriol increases the levels of serum calcium. Calcium Calcium is an inorganic salt that neutralizes the hydrochloric acid, this results in the formation of calcium chloride, carbon dioxide, and water, thus increasing the levels of calcium in the body. Calcium is used along with vitamin D3 for better absorption.

    What are the common side effects?

    Calcium orotate The common side effects of Calcium orotate are constipation, upset stomach, nausea, weight loss, mental and mood changes. Calcium citrate The rare side effects of calcium citrate are constipation, stomach upset, loss of appetite, weight loss, and increased thirst. Cholecalciferol The side effects of cholecalciferol include loss of appetite, increased urination, increased thirst, mental/mood changes, muscle weakness, constipation, and unusual tiredness. Calcium The common side effects of calcium are belching, constipation, loss of appetite, skin allergies like itching, hives, rashes, headache, mood changes, and confusing or irritability.


    Pregnancy: Safe under medical guidance Breast feeding: Safe under medical guidance Alcohol: Unsafe Kidney dysfunction: Caution required Liver dysfunction: Caution required

    Special precautions for safe use

    • Do not use Cal 123 tablet in case of a previous allergic reaction to any of its ingredients. This is due the increased likelihood of having the reactions again.

    • Before taking any other drugs along with Cal 123 medicine ask a doctor for confirmation. This is because of interference of the drugs in terms of their absorption or an increase in the risk of unwanted effects.

    • Be cautious while using Cal 123 in case of illnesses such as hypertension, heart or kidney problems, stomach and intestinal bleeding and thyroid problems.

    • Pregnant women, those planning for pregnancy and lactating females should talk to their physician before the use of Cal 123. This is to ensure safety of their baby.

    • Take the exact Cal 123 dosage as prescribed by the doctor. Do not discontinue Cal 123 med without the doctor’s advice.

    • Do not take Cal 123 drug 2 hours before or after taking other medicines as it may interact with other medicines.

    • Do not consume alcohol along with Cal 123 as it may increase the side effects of Cal 123.

    What else should I know?

    1. Can calcium orotate be taken with food? It is preferable to take calcium orotate after a meal as acid produced in the stomach during digestion can help in calcium absorption.

    2. Is calcium orotate safe in pregnancy? Calcium orotate can be used during pregnancy as a calcium supplement. However, it is recommended to consult a doctor before taking the medication.

    3. I am diagnosed to have high phosphate levels in the blood. Can I take calcium orotate? No, patients with high phosphate levels are not prescribed calcium orotate.

    4. Does calcium orotate cause renal calculi? Yes, calcium orotate may cause renal calculi.

    5. What care should I take while using calcium orotate? Avoid eating foods which are rich in phosphate. Reduce the consumption of cereals, spinach, and rhubarb. Do not take other medications within 2 hours before or after taking calcium orotate. Calcium citrate

    1. I experienced increase in urination while taking Calcium citrate tablet. What should I do now? Increased urination is a common side effect of Calcium citrate. Seek medical advice if the condition worsens.

    2. What if I overdose? Patients with an overdose of Calcium citrate may have symptoms of allergic reactions such as itching, swelling, dizziness, and trouble breathing.

    3. What are the drugs I should avoid while using Calcium citrate? Avoid drugs such as digoxin or phosphate binders while taking Calcium citrate.

    4. I am on Quinolone antibiotics. Can I take Calcium citrate along with it? No, Quinolone antibiotics may decrease the absorption of calcium citrate.

    5. In which conditions I should avoid Calcium citrate? You should not take Calcium citrate in the conditions such as high calcium levels in the body, malabsorption syndrome, kidney stones, and gallstones. Cholecalciferol

    1. Is it safe to use the drug in pregnancy? If the benefits outweigh the potential risks, vitamin D3 can be used in pregnancy. Before taking the drug, you must consult your doctor.

    2. Is it safe to drive while taking vitamin D3 medication? If you experience dizziness, or headache as the side effect of the drug, it may not be safe to drive.

    3. Can I stop taking the drug immediately or do I need to taper? Certain medications require tapering of the dose or frequency or may cause rebound effects if stopped immediately. You must seek the medical advice before stopping the medication.

    4. Can cholecalciferol (Lumia) is used for the treatment of osteoporosis and rickets? Yes. Lumia is considered as best vitamin D3 supplement for treating the bone disorders such as osteoporosis and rickets. Do not use the drug without consulting your physician.

    5. What are the signs and symptoms of overdose? The signs and symptoms of vitamin D3 overdose are weakness, metallic taste in your mouth, nausea, frequent urination, and vomiting. Seek medical care if you experience any of the above symptoms. Calcium

    1. I am diagnosed to have high phosphate levels in the blood. Can I take calcium? No, patients with high phosphate levels are not prescribed calcium.

    2. I am on thrombin inhibitor. Is it safe to take calcium? Avoid taking calcium if you have taken thrombin inhibitor within 24 hours.

    3. Does calcium cause renal calculi? Yes, calcium may cause renal calculi.

    4. What care should I take while using calcium? Avoid eating foods which are rich in phosphate. Reduce the consumption of cereals, spinach and rhubarb. Do not take other medications within 2 hours before or after taking calcium.

    5. Is calcium safe for use in pregnant and breastfeeding women? Discuss with your doctor about the risks and benefits of the calcium carbonate in pregnant and breastfeeding women before taking the calcium medicine.

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