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I find myself continuing to take magnesium at night, although I have knocked of taking calcium since I had a kidney stone......then in a post on hydration someone (saverain?) mentioned  it is not good to take mag without cal......
plus I have a relatively high level of cal in my blood. That could mean its is being drawn out of my bones....hope not, I believe I have passed the stone and am considering taking cal again.....any thoughts?

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Hi jayney,

Here is a thread from not too long ago on your exact question.  Also, if you use the search function for "magnesium" you will probably turn up some more info.

Good luck!


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hmmmmmm, thank you Whimsical, but it seems to be a very individual  thing.... when I read that you should not take mag wthout cal, I wondered why, but  then there's a certain common sense logic to it.
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jayney-O, happy to hear you think you passed the stone!!!!! Yay!!!!


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jayney-O, what kind of calcium were you taking?
When I had a hair analysis done, my cal was sky high. Not good because my body was not properly absorbing and utilizing. Not sure if there is a dif between blood/hair tests re: the mineral.
Here's a website I found re: minerals:
http://www.realtime.net/anr/minerals.html



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cal citrate, but I don't know if that was the culprit...and thanks for the interesting link.

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welcome    on the link.
calcium citrate is the best if you can't get the plant derived. As you may have gathered, if it's plant derived it's ok to take w/ mag.   If not, they compete for absorption. I believe that was the final "decison". HA!!    Soooo............ don't really know either, if this is relevant. Still wondering on whether the blood/hair  tests are done in the same manner and would produce the same results  or if different somehow.




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Hi,

figured this would be of interest http://users.mrbean.net.au/~wlast/magnesiumchloride.html

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John,
Thank you so much for a very definitive article on the subject! Excellent! jayney-0
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