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proton pump inhibitor and vit D absorption
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proton pump inhibitor and vit D absorption

Does prilosec etc., interfere with the absorption of Vitamin D and or calcium?  If so, what other types of medication, may be taken for GERD?? Also does prilosec interfere with anything else?
Age
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62
Sex
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Female
Weight
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130
Current Medications
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prilosec 20mg,   estrogens 0.3mg,  zyrtec 10mg,  singulair 10mg,  diltiazem 80 mg,  advair discus 100/50, calcium with zinc and vit. D,   fish oil,  coq10 200mg, aspirin 81.mg,  (calcium is citrate 1500mg per day) and multivitamin.  All of above are daily, except advair which is bid.
Drug Allergies
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percocet,   itching
Medical Conditions
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osteopenia,  gerd,  asthma, svt episodes,(diltiazem).
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Prilosec does not interfere with the absorption of Vitamin D and/or calcium, or any of the other medications you have listed.
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