Like all medicines, Calcium Phospho C can have side effects. However, they are not necessarily seen in all patients, so you may not get any reaction.
Calcium Phospho C is very well tolerated.
Gastrointestinal tract – nausea, vomiting, gastrointestinal discomfort in predisposed patients.
Haematological disorders (abnormalities in blood counts) – increased blood clotting and a tendency to thrombosis may develop with long-term treatment with high doses.
If any of the side effects gets serious, or if you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your doctor.
When should Calcium Phospho C not be used?
You should not take Calcium Phospho C in the following cases:
- Hypersensitivity to the medicinal or excipients of the product;
- chronic renal failure;
- nephrolithiasis (kidney stone disease) and hyperoxaluria (increased excretion of oxalates in the urine);
- severe liver damage;
- glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (enzyme deficiency);
- increased blood clotting; thrombophlebitis;
- blood diseases (thalassemia, sideroblastic anemia);
- patients with artificial heart valves, ventricular fibrillation;
- hypercalcaemia (increased levels of calcium in the blood);
- hyperparathyroidism (increased function of the parathyroid glands);
- sarcoidosis (a disease with predominantly pulmonary localization and increased concentration of vitamin D);
- children under 6 years of age.
Tell your doctor if you have any chronic illness, hypersensitivity to other medicines or foods, or are taking other medicines.
Precautions and warnings:
Calcium Phospho C should be used with caution in individuals with haemocoagulation disorders (blood clotting), therefore its long-term use requires the determination of haemocoagulation status. The appointment of Calcium Phospho C requires caution in patients with increased hemocoagulation, propensity to thrombosis and inflammation of the veins.
During periodic treatment with the product, the formation of stones (kidney stones) is possible, which requires determination of calcium and phosphorus plasma levels and the functional state of the kidneys.
The use of Calcium Phospho C requires caution in patients with diarrhea syndrome and other gastrointestinal disorders.
In a dry and protected from light place, at a temperature below 25 ° С. Keep the tablets in the original package.
The medicine should not be used after the expiry date which is stated on the pack.
Keep the tablets out of the reach and sight of children.
Other medicines and Calcium Phospho C:
Please tell your doctor about ALL medicines you are currently taking or have taken recently, whether prescribed by a doctor or bought without a prescription.
This is important because Calcium Phospho C may change the activity of some medicines or some medicines may change its effects.
Calcium enhances the action of digitalis glycosides and increases sensitivity to them, which can lead to digitalis intoxication. Calcium salts reduce the rate of absorption in the stomach and intestines of tetracycline antibiotics, bisphosphonates, fluoride, fluoroquinolones, which requires separate administration (at least 3 hours).
Co-administration with barbiturates decreases the rate of excretion of the latter, increases their plasma levels, increases their pharmacological and toxic activity.
Thiazide diuretics (reduce urinary calcium excretion) and vitamin D (increase calcium absorption) may cause hypercalcaemia.
Pregnancy and lactation:
Calcium Phospho C can be used during pregnancy and lactation.
Driving and using machines:
There are no data on adverse effects on reflexes and active attention.
If you take more Calcium Phospho C than you should:
No cases of overdose have been reported.
If you take more than the prescribed dose, talk to your doctor.
If you forget to take Calcium Phospho C
If you forget to take a dose, take it as soon as possible. If it is almost time for your next dose, take it as usual, skipping the missed dose. Do not take a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose. Continue to take the medicine as prescribed by your doctor.