I was taking a multivitamin with 450mg of calcium and 400iu of vitamin D. Also, I was taking a calcium supplement with vitamin D in it (600mg calcium and 400iu of vitamin D) twice a day. I was noticing cloudy urine with no other symptoms. It was either first pee in the morning or last one before bed and sometimes both but not during the day. I stopped taking the calcium supplement but continued with the multivitamin for a whole week and I never had the cloudy urine. Then after the week I took the calcium supplement after dinner and before I went to bed, I had cloudy urine so I know it is from the calcium supplement. I am 36 years old and had a hysterectomy a year ago but am on estrogen replacement. I am wondering if I am getting too much calcium or could there be some other problem or is it ok for this to happen. I want to make sure I get enough calcium because I have had a hysterectomy. I do not drink milk. Only if I have cold cereal but I usually have oatmeal. I do not eat a lot of cheese or yogurt. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
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