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Re: PMS and calcium CindyLou

Posted by leslieg on January 19, 2003, at 20:12:15

In reply to PMS and calcium leslieg, posted by CindyLou on January 19, 2003, at 18:34:07

I saw a difference at 500 mg more per day (I take one 500 mg suppliment; my diet is moderate in calcium). I take the Viactive Calcium Chews. I don't know what kind of calcium it is, but it does contain something to help your body absorb the calcium. I do take it all month long. I think I read that it takes two cycles to make a difference?? I read so much I can't remember the details now. Sorry.

> Hi,
> I have a few questions about calcium and PMS ...
>
> 1. How many mg. are you supposed to take?
>
> 2. What form of calcium is best (e.g., calcium citrate, calcium carbonate, etc.)
>
> 3. Do you take it all month long, or just during PMS?
>
> Thanks!
> cindy
>
>
> > My PMS was getting quite bothersome ... then I started taking more calcium, as I'd heard it helped. It did! I like those calcium chews. My GYN suggesting taking it before bed as I take my multivitamins at dinner, so I keep a supply in the bathroom and chew one while I'm washing my face (I do my teeth last). It really made quite a difference, and there are studies that show it works. Try it! [My PMS "went away" before I started Lexapro, so I can't say if Lex helps with PMS or not...]
> >
> >
> > > I am taking Lexapro to help with PMS. I have read so many postings and I am wondering if this is a drastic measure from my pdoc - to be taking Lexapro for PMS. However, I get so impatient during those 8 days and I am sure my husband would like something to change. I was given 10 mg and told to cut it in half, so I am going to take my first 5 mg tonight. With the winds so bad out here in California, I am hoping that this will help me sleep. I will let you know how it goes. Oh, I was given Zoloft to start with and that stuff made me feel like I was drunk. Then it made me very tense and I was clenched my jaw. Okay, enough babbling. I will let you know how it goes.
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