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Tricalcium phosphate gel .............. 3.6 g
Vitamin D3................................ 14 400 IU
Excipient.q.s................................. 360 ml
(Carboxymethylcellulose sodium, heavy paraffin, sodium fluoride, orange-flavored powder, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, sunett, potassium hydroxide, ethanol 96%, purified water).
Oral suspension
Bottle of 360 ml

Calcium is a mineral that forms bones and keeps them strong in the body. Ninety-nine percent of calcium in the body is stored in bones and teeth. The remaining 1% is in blood and soft tissues and is essential for life and health. Without this tiny 1% of calcium, muscles wouldn't contract correctly, blood wouldn't clot and nerves wouldn't carry messages. If the body isn't got enough calcium, the body must replenish the needed calcium of blood and soft tissues by robbing it from bones - slowly, but surely causing bones to weaken and increasing the potential for fractures.
Vitamin D increases calcium and phosphorus absorption from the intestine; helps regulate their concentration in the body, called "element-resistant rickets". Vitamin D3 is easier absorption and stronger action than vitamin D2. Rickets caused by vitamin D deficiency (or nutritional rickets) that regularly occurs in children - the stage of rapid growth of skeleton, particularly children < 3 years of age.
Symptoms of rickets in children: sudorrhea, starting sleep, crying, lipsotrichia and skeletal manifestations: broad fontanelle, soft fontanelle, macrocephalia, dentia tarda, pigeon breast (both flat sides), bow-legged or splay-feet, underdeveloped pelvises. Besides, children's activities slowly develop (slow crawling or walking…), flabby muscles, abdominous, pale skin, anaemia, dyspepsia. The body must be sufficiently supplied with calcium, phosphorus, and especially vitamin D to help skeleton and muscles develop well and strongly.
* Prophylaxis and treatment of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D deficiency states:
- Children with motor growth retardation, dentia tarda, starting sleep, sudorrhea, vomiting, anorexia,… or manifestations of osteomalacia, rickets.
- Osteoporosis, osteomalacia in adults.
* Enhancement of calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D to the body. For some cases e.g. fractures, slow healing of fractures, phosphate dysbolism, calcium malabsorption, cramp, convulsions due to hypocalcemia.
* For supplement in the periods: children and adolescents during the growth phase, pregnant women, nursing mothers, and the elderly.

Hypersensitivity to any components of the drug. Hypercalcaemia, hypercalciuria, nephritic calculus.
Concomitant administration with other vitamin D-containing drugs. Children and newborn infants should not take over 3 bottles / 6 months
The interval between CalciMilk and tetracycline, oxalates should be at least 3 hours. 
Avoid concurrent use with digitalis derivatives.
Prolonged use of the drug may cause hypercalcaemia, hypercalciuria. Rarely: mild dyspepsia.
Taking high-dose Vitamin D may lead to symptoms of hypercalcaemia e.g lassitude, drowsiness, headache, anorexia, dryness of mouth, dyspepsia, renal dysfunction, hypertension, cardiataxia,...
Inform your physician about any adverse effects occur during the treatment.

* Shake the bottle well before use.
* The drug should be taken in the morning and at noon
- Adults: 1 - 2 coffee-spoons twice daily.
- Children: 1 coffee-spoon twice daily.
- Sucklings: ½ coffee-spoon twice daily, dilute with milk or fresh water.
Or as directed by the physician.
Read the directions carefully before use.
Consult the physician for more information.
24 months from the manufacturing date.
Store in cool, dry places; protected from light.


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