if they can take the new Citracal Slow Release if they're using other meds that interact with calcium

People are asking if they can take the new Citracal Slow Release if they're using other meds that interact with calcium.

Usually, the answer is yes.

Citracal Slow Release labeling instructs patients to take two 600 mg tablets once daily in the morning with food...since Citracal Slow Release releases the calcium over about 8 hours.

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