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Re: CALCIUM PILLS / TUMS W/CALCIUM - DOES HELP!
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Posted by Ann S.
on September 19, 2000 at 00:00:10:
In Reply to: CALCIUM PILLS / TUMS W/CALCIUM - DOES HELP! posted by Michelle on September 18, 2000 at 17:58:35:
If I'm understanding you right, you think that the 2:1 Cal. Mag. ratio is not good for people with "D" type IBS? That seems to fit with my experience cause once a Dr. told me to use an antacid with Mag. in it and I had a 3 day non stop D attack. The need for Calcium would explain why IBS is worse for women during times of hormone changes, i.e. menstruation & menopause. Also, once my daughter had a series of blood tests done for a different problem and they said the only thing that showed up was that her Mag. levels were low. They didn't know this, but since she was a baby, she's always had severe problems with constipation. Do these ideas fit with your line of thinking? Thanks for the information. Ann S.
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