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That's too bad they wouldn't replace it for you!! They must be softer in NZ... Or maybe I am more persuasive??
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I got a more basic one, it's hard though to find Calcium citrate not carbonate though (not enough stomach acid to digest for us As). You live and learn, will research any supplements fully before going shopping now.  


Citracal Calcium Citrate..  It is the only one I can take and is available in most stores I have been too.  BUT, I haven't been to any stores in Australia.

http://www.citracal.com/Index.aspx


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Thanks Possum and Frosty.  Haven't seen Citracal in Australia though, looks great.  We have alot of chalk ones here (calcium carbonate)  

The calcium tablets were from a well known yellow and green packaged NZ brand Possum.  Yeah, I'm not too persuasive sometimes, but you get that.  I have other skills though  


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... Yeah, I'm not too persuasive sometimes, but you get that. I have other skills though  
Absolutely!! Anyway - you may have just struck out with the rep on the other end of the line...
If anything, I meant it more as an indictment on me anyhow...but even I strike out at times, if a company just does not want to play ball!!!
Wonder which "well known yellow & green NZ brand" that is??
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I've seen that one thanks Frosty.  I ended up getting one with Vitamin D, Zinc, Magnesium, Vitamin K1, Vitamin C as well as calcium citrate and calcium chelate.
I've used that one before and it was good.  Only concern I had was ?G6PD deficients aren't supposed to take vitamin C or Vitamin K as it can cause oxidative stress.  

Probably the Citracal would be the best, next time I'll get that.  One day I would like to try Dr D's one too.  Thanks Frosty, you're cool  

Possum, yes, I wouldn't want to wrong you.  Wheat is still down for the count after your last post on that.  I've been giving it up since you wrote that (and all the tests are over - still awaiting results tho  ) hyperacusis is nearly gone (Lola was right that it is inflammation based, as she always is), and I feel fab!!!!
Another hint, their brand is supposed to be from "nature".  #)$*JF


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