What is Calcimax used for?
Calcimax Tablet is commonly used for the diagnosis or treatment of increased water in the intestines, low blood calcium level, for eye and ear wash. It has some side effects such as chills, anorexia, abdominal pain, and cardiac arrest.
Calcimax Tablet is used to facilitate normal immune system function, promote calcium absorption, promote healthy bones. It is mainly used in the treatment of Osteoporosis, Hypocalcemia, Vitamin D deficiency, Hypophosphatemia, Cardiovascular health, Diarrhea, Wilson’s disease and other conditions.
What is Calcimax 500 used for?
It is used as a dietary supplement that provides extra calcium to the body. The ingredients in the formulation help in the formation and maintenance of bones. It also helps to prevent the breakage of bones.
What is the composition of Calcimax 500?
Calcimax 500 includes; Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Lysine. It also contains minerals like Selenium, Boron, Copper and Zinc. Calcimax Tablet contains Calcium, Vitamin D2 and Zinc as active ingredients.
Can a pregnant woman use Calcimax?
The Calcimax Supergems Tablet should be taken under medical supervision by a pregnant woman. High doses of Vitamin D and Calcium are not to be taken in pregnancy.
Calcimax side effects
The following is a list of possible side-effects that may occur from all constituting ingredients of Calcimax Tablet. This is not a comprehensive list. These side-effects are possible, but do not always occur. Some of the side-effects may be rare but serious.
- Kidney stones
- Vomiting at higher dosage
- Disturbance in heart rhythm
- Slow heart rate
- Gas or bloating
- Loss of appetite
- Stomach cramps
- Thinking problems
- Changes in behavior
- Feeling irritable
- Urinating more than usual
- Chest pain
- Feeling short of breath
Consult your physician or pharmacist or product package for this information. Avoid overdose.
Direction For Use
Take one tablet twice daily. As with other medications, consult your doctor or pharmacist before use.
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