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Best way to consume Bycalvit D3 sachet
I am having Vitamin D deficiency and doctor has prescribed Bycalvit D3 sachet. It has to be taken with milk. But, I cannot drink plain milk. Can you please let me know what is the best way to consume this except with milk? Or milk with Bournvita, Horlicks and this sachet? Can I sprinkle it on rice or egg white and have? Will it work with water? Or is there any equivalent tablet that I can consume? (Bycalvit D3 - one sachet per week - equivalent to this). Please advice. Thanks.
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Hello, I do understand your query. There is no harm in taking it with plain water or other beverages . Hope it answered your query . Regards Dr EMMANUEL MJ
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Tab Uprise D3 along with water taken 3 days/ week for first week than after once/ week for 3 weeks .. remember taken early in morning between 6 to 9 am. not only tablet work take sun exposure between 8 am to 11 am after taking vit d3 tablet is best way of treatment of vit d3 deficiency .
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if not effective take tab shelcal d3 along with vit d3 tablet
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Consume with water..
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