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Calcium tablet
I am calcium deficient and back pain and whole body weakness.I have IBS. Doctor give me neurobion forte tablet with gemsoline(calcium )tablet and unienzyme tablet 2bd and told bloating problem.i am taking once calcium tablet. If i  take calcium after meal then i feel bloating. At night More gas, as i think main reason to take milk at night . So i am taking in morning. Can i take aciloc after meal with calcium tablet and unienzyme tablet.
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The bloating is not because of your calcium tablet. It is because of IBS. So, don't worry and take tab. Pancreoflat 2 tabs after meals instead of unienzyme. And be happy.
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U r a young man with calcium defecit??? How much calcium value. What's the need of so many medication. Aciloc before meal though we r avoiding it these days.
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consult if u feel like.
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You can take calcium tablet.
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for further information consult online
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