Calciflex D Tablet 10’s

Composition
Calcium Citrate 1000mg + Magnesium Hydroxide Eq to Elemental Magnesium 100mg + Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate Eq to Elemental Zinc 4mg + Cholecalciferol 400 IU

Pack Of
10 TABLETS

Consume Type
ORAL

PRODUCT DETAILS

About Calciflex D Tablet

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s belongs to the group of medicines called nutritional supplements used to treat nutritional deficiencies such as calcium and vitamin D deficiency. A nutritional deficiency occurs when the body does not absorb/get enough nutrients from food. Vitamins are necessary for body development and the prevention of diseases.

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s is a combination of four supplements, namely: Calcium citrate, cholecalciferol, magnesium and zinc sulphate. Calcium citrate makes the bones stronger by increasing their density. It helps in treating and preventing low calcium levels. Cholecalciferol is a form of vitamin D which helps in the absorption of calcium. Magnesium helps in the absorption of calcium by converting vitamin D into its active form. Zinc sulphate is necessary for bone-building cells and inhibits the formation of cells that cause the breakdown of bones. Together, Calciflex D Tablet 10’s helps in strengthening of bones.

Take Calciflex D Tablet 10’s with or without food. Swallow Calciflex D Tablet 10’s as a whole with a glass of water; do not chew or break the tablet. You are advised to take Calciflex D Tablet 10’s for as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you, depending on your medical condition. In some cases, you may experience certain common side-effects such as stomach upset, constipation, muscle weakness, nausea, and vomiting. Most of these side effects do not require medical attention and will resolve gradually over time. However, you are advised to talk to your doctor if you experience these side effects persistently.

Let your doctor know if you are taking prescription, non-prescription drugs, or herbal products before starting Calciflex D Tablet 10’s. If you are known to be allergic to Calciflex D Tablet 10’s or its inactive components, please inform your doctor. Consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Calciflex D Tablet 10’s should not be given to children unless prescribed by a doctor. It is unknown if alcohol interacts with Calciflex D Tablet 10’s, so please consult a doctor if you have any concerns.

Uses of Calciflex D Tablet 10’s

Nutritional deficiency

Medicinal Benefits

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s is a combination of four supplements, namely: Calcium citrate, cholecalciferol, magnesium, and zinc sulphate. Calciflex D Tablet 10’s is used to treat nutritional deficiency. Calcium citrate makes the bones stronger by increasing their density. It helps in treating and preventing low calcium levels. Cholecalciferol is a form of vitamin D which helps in the absorption of calcium. Magnesium helps in the absorption of calcium by converting vitamin D into its active form. Zinc sulphate is necessary for bone-building cells and inhibits the formation of cells that cause the breakdown of bones. Together, Calciflex D Tablet 10’s helps in strengthening of bones.

Directions for Use

Take Calciflex D Tablet 10’s with or without food. Swallow Calciflex D Tablet 10’s as a whole with a glass of water; do not chew or break the tablet. Based on your medical condition, your doctor will decide how long you need to take Calciflex D Tablet 10’s.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Calciflex D Tablet 10’s

  • Stomach upset
  • Constipation
  • Muscle weakness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting

In-Depth Precautions and Warning

Drug Warnings

Do not take Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you are allergic to any of its contents. Inform your doctor if you have hypercalcaemia (high level of calcium in the blood), hypercalciuria (excess calcium in the urine), nephrocalcinosis (excess calcium deposition in the kidneys), nephrolithiasis (kidney stones), hypervitaminosis D (excess vitamin D), severe renal impairment or renal failure. Consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Calciflex D Tablet 10’s should be given to children only if prescribed by the doctor. Let your doctor know if you are taking prescription, non-prescription drugs, or herbal products before starting Calciflex D Tablet 10’s.

Drug Interactions

Drug-Drug Interactions: Calciflex D Tablet 10’s may have interaction with a pain killer (aspirin), anti-depressant (duloxetine), iron supplement (ferrous sulphate), hormone (levothyroxine).

Drug-Food Interactions: Maintain a gap of two hours between Calciflex D Tablet 10’s and foods containing oxalic acid and phytic acids such as spinach, rhubarb, and whole-grain cereals.

Drug-Disease Interactions: Calciflex D Tablet 10’s may have interactions with hypercalcaemia (high level of calcium in the blood), hypercalciuria (excess calcium in the urine), nephrocalcinosis (excess calcium deposition in the kidneys), nephrolithiasis (kidney stones), hypervitaminosis D (excess vitamin D), malabsorption, severe renal impairment or renal failure.

Safety Advice

ALCOHOL
It is not known if alcohol interacts with Calciflex D Tablet 10’s, so please consult a doctor if you have any concerns.

PREGNANCY
Please consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you are pregnant or if you have any concerns regarding this; your doctor will prescribe only if the benefits outweigh the risks.

BREAST FEEDING
Consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s; your doctor will decide whether Calciflex D Tablet 10’s can be taken by breastfeeding mothers or not.

DRIVING
Calciflex D Tablet 10’s is unlikely to affect your ability to drive. However, drive or operate machinery only if you are alert.

LIVER
Please consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you have a liver impairment or any concerns regarding this.

KIDNEY
Please consult your doctor before taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s if you have kidney impairment or any concerns regarding this.

Habit Forming

No

Diet & Lifestyle Advise

  • Follow a well-balanced diet.
  • Exercising regularly helps in improving overall health.
  • Rest well, get plenty of sleep.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.
  • Meditation and yoga can help lower stress.
  • Avoid processed and fried food.

FAQs

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s contains calcium citrate, cholecalciferol, magnesium and zinc sulphate. Calcium citrate makes the bones stronger by increasing their density. It helps in bone formation and maintenance. Cholecalciferol helps in the absorption of calcium. Magnesium helps in the absorption of calcium by converting vitamin D into its active form. Zinc sulphate is necessary for bone-building cells and inhibits the formation of cells that cause the breakdown of bones. Together, Calciflex D Tablet 10’s helps in strengthening of bones.

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s can be taken with antibiotics if prescribed by the doctor. However, take antibiotics 2hours before or 4-6hours after taking Calciflex D Tablet 10’s as taking them together might affect their absorption.

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s may cause constipation. Eat fibre-rich food and drink plenty of fluids if you experience constipation. Consult your doctor if you have severe constipation.

Avoid consuming foods containing oxalic acid and phytic acid such as spinach, rhubarb, and whole-grain cereals as they might inhibit the absorption of calcium. Maintain a gap of two hours between Calciflex D Tablet 10’s and foods containing oxalic acid or phytic acid.

Calciflex D Tablet 10’s can be taken with levothyroxine if prescribed by the doctor. Calcium might lower the effectiveness of levothyroxine, therefore, maintain a gap of 4hours between Calciflex D Tablet 10’s and levothyroxine.

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