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Magnesium Citrate 150 mg, 90 Capsules by Natural Factor

$9.88

Magnesium for Mom
Breastfeeding mothers need to maintain a high level of magnesium intake. Breast milk will draw magnesium from mom’s own reserves to deliver enough to the baby. A magnesium-deficient mother is more at risk for poor sleep, depression, blood-sugar imbalances, obesity, muscle cramps, headaches and more.

Women who experience constipation in pregnancy will also appreciate the natural laxative effect of magnesium

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Magnesium is a naturally occurring mineral used by the human body’s nerves and muscles. Magnesium citrate increases water in the intestines, which causes bowel movements. Magnesium citrate can be taken in pill or liquid form.

Dosage:
Follow the directions on the package. Start taking Magnesium along with your dried prunes to promote a smooth and gentle first bowel movement.

TIP: Start taking the magnesium citrate right away, if you are able to. Depending if you feel nauseated or not, it may be difficult to swallow pills in the first 24-48 hours; but if you are able to then start taking it. If you are unsure or have concerns, please consult your qualified healthcare professional first. Follow dosage instructions on the bottle.

Non-Medicinal Ingredients:
Gelatin capsule (gelatin, titanium dioxide, purified water), microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable grade magnesium stearate (lubricant).

Side Effects:
If you experience an allergic reaction like difficulty breathing, swelling in the face or a rash, stop taking magnesium citrate immediately, and seek emergency medical treatment. If you take magnesium citrate and it causes rectal bleeding or there is a failure to defecate, it could signify a major health concern. Seek immediate medical attention. Ask your health-care provider whether any drugs or supplements you are taking can interact with magnesium citrate. It may not be safe to take magnesium citrate with some medical conditions including kidney disease. Do not take magnesium citrate if you have a stomachache, nausea or vomiting, unless directed by your health-care provider.