FAQs ABOUT 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE
Q: What is 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE used for?
A: 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE is used to treat osteoporosis (is a bone condition in which there is thinning of the bone) along with other medicines and to prevent or treat vitamin D deficiency (which may occur when your diet or lifestyle does not provide you enough vitamin D or when your body requires more vitamin D during pregnancy).
Q: What happens if you take more 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE than your required dose?
A: If you or anyone else accidentally takes too much of 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE, consult your doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital. Symptoms of overdose are loss of appetite, thirst, nausea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain, muscle weakness, tiredness, confusion, having to pass more urine than usual, bone pain, kidney problems, and in severe cases it may cause irregular heartbeat, coma or even death.
Q: How does 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE work?
A: 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE helps the body to absorb calcium and phosphorus and is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is produced naturally by your skin after exposure to the sun and is also found in some foods. 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE is prescribed as a dietary supplement when there is a deficiency of Vitamin D or during increased requirement.
Q: Can 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE be used in patients with kidney problems?
A: 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE is not recommended for use in patients with kidney failure, kidney stones (renal calculi) or have a tendency to form kidney stones. Consult your doctor for advice before taking 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE.
Q: Can 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE be used in pregnant women?
A: 36 D 60000IU CAPSULE should be used with caution in pregnant women or women planning to have a baby. Consult your doctor before taking it. If you require extra vitamin D do not take it without medical supervision because too much vitamin D may harm your baby.