Adcal-D3 1500 mg/ 400 IU Chewable Tablets – 56 Tablets
- Active Ingredient : Calcium / Colecalciferol
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Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets contain both calcium and vitamin D3 which are both essential for healthy bones and teeth.
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Adcal Chewable Tablets contain two active ingredients calcium and colecalciferol these two ingredients are both essential for both our bones and teeth. Adcal Chewable Tablets are prescribed for conditions were our body’s calcium and vitamin D levels need to be increased.
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Adcal D3 Tablets are usually safe for most people to take but there are a small number of people that cannot take them.
Do not take Adcal D3 Tablets :
- If you are allergic to calcium carbonate, vitamin D3 or any of the other ingredients of this supplement
- If you are allergic to peanut or soya. Adcal-D3 contains soya oil
Speak to you doctor or pharmacist before taking Adcal D3 Tablets :
- Have high levels of calcium in your blood or high levels of calcium in your urine
- Have problems with your kidneys, for example kidney stones
- Have sarcoidosis
- Have previously been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to some sugars
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Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets should always be taken as prescribed ensuring the maximum Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets dosage is not exceeded. Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets recommended dose unless otherwise stated by your own healthcare provider is:
- Adults, elderly and children over 12 years of age – 2 tablets daily, ideally one tablet taken in the morning and one in the evening
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Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Fruit Flavour is Tutti-Frutti, Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Fruit are white, flat faced and circular in shape. They should be chewed or sucked before swallowing. If you cannot tolerate the taste you should contact your GP for an alternative treatment such as Hux D3. Dispersible tablets that are dissolved in water before swallowing are also available.
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There are certain foods that should be avoided when taking Adcal D3 Lemon Chewable Tablets. Avoid the following foods for 2 hours before and after taking Adcal D3 Lemon Chewable Tablets:
- Foods high in oxalate acid
- Foods high in phosphate
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- Calcium supplements or antacids for indigestion
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You should follow How To Take Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets at all times to prevent the risk of any unwanted side effects. Adcal Chewable Tablets should be chewed and not swallowed whole. If you ever need to refer back to How To Take Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets you can view the patient information leaflet in the further information section below.
Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Ingredients
- The active Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Ingredients are calcium carbonate (1500mg, equivalent to 600mg calcium) and vitamin D3 (400iu, equivalent to 10μg colecalciferol)
- The other Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Ingredients are xylitol (E967), modified maize starch, sodium saccharin (E954), magnesium stearate and ‘Tutti-Frutti’ flavouring (contains propylene glycol (E1520))
- The vitamin D3 compound in Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Ingredients contains DLα-tocopherol, edible fats (including soya oil), gelatin, sucrose and corn starch
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- Allergic reactions – symptoms include itching, wheezing, rash, swelling of the tongue or throat. If you have an allergic reaction stop taking the tablets and seek medical attention immediately
A full list of Adcal D3 Chewable Tablets Side Effects is available to view in the patient information leaflet.
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Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body.
These nutrients are needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy.
A lack of vitamin D can lead to bone deformities such as rickets in children, and bone pain caused by a condition called osteomalacia in adults.
Good sources of vitamin D
From about late March/early April to the end of September, most people should be able to get all the vitamin D they need from sunlight.
The body creates vitamin D from direct sunlight on the skin when outdoors.
But between October and early March we do not get enough vitamin D from sunlight. Read more about vitamin D and sunlight.
Vitamin D is also found in a small number of foods.
oily fish – such as salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel
fortified foods – such as most fat spreads and some breakfast cereals
Another source of vitamin D is dietary supplements.
In the UK, cows’ milk is generally not a good source of vitamin D because it is not fortified, as it is in some other countries.
How much vitamin D do I need?
Babies up to the age of 1 year need 8.5 to 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day.
A microgram is 1,000 times smaller than a milligram (mg). The word microgram is sometimes written with the Greek symbol μ followed by the letter g (μg).
Children from the age of 1 year and adults need 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day. This includes pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people at risk of vitamin D deficiency.
From about late March/early April to the end of September, the majority of people should be able to get all the vitamin D they need from sunlight on their skin.
Should I take a vitamin D supplement?
Advice for infants and young children
The Department of Health and Social Care recommends that:
breastfed babies from birth to 1 year of age should be given a daily supplement containing 8.5 to 10 micrograms of vitamin D to make sure they get enough
formula-fed babies should not be given a vitamin D supplement until they’re having less than 500ml (about a pint) of infant formula a day, as infant formula is fortified with vitamin D
children aged 1 to 4 years old should be given a daily supplement containing 10 micrograms of vitamin D
You can buy vitamin D supplements or vitamin drops containing vitamin D (for under 5s) in many shops, including pharmacies and supermarkets.
Women and children who qualify for the Healthy Start scheme can get free supplements containing the recommended amounts of vitamin D.
See the Healthy Start website for more information.
Advice for adults and children over 5 years old
During the autumn and winter, you need to get vitamin D from your diet because the sun is not strong enough for the body to make vitamin D.
But since it’s difficult for people to get enough vitamin D from food alone, everyone (including pregnant and breastfeeding women) should consider taking a daily supplement containing 10 micrograms of vitamin D during the autumn and winter.
Between late March/early April to the end of September, most people can get all the vitamin D they need through sunlight on their skin and from a balanced diet.
You may choose not to take a vitamin D supplement during these months.
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Frequency not known (frequency cannot be estimated from the available data):
• Allergic reactions – symptoms include itching, wheezing, rash, swelling of the tongue or throat.
If you have an allergic reaction stop taking the tablets and seek medical attention
Rare side effects (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people):
− Constipation, wind, feeling sick, stomach ache, diarrhoea.
− Skin rash.
− Hypercalcaemia (too much calcium in your blood) or hypercalciuria (too much calcium in your
If you are on long term treatment your doctor may, from time to time wish to check the level of
calcium in your blood and take urine samples to monitor kidney function.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. This includes any possible side effects
not listed in this leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme:
By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.