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kumba
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I read with interest here how Mg deficiencies can cause hearing problems and vertigo. while I never had vertigo, I have had imbalance issues. so I did some internet searches. My sx is not vertigo or hearing loss but imbalance which can be one of the sx. Other sx which I have and are listed as sx are Musclee twitches all over, muscle weakness, some fatigue, increased hairloss (I'm not bald). I betcha!! Now why can't any of the docs knowing my longterm sx have ordered something as simple as a Mg level. I know they are not relialbe in determining intracellular mag levles, but a low level would certainly confirm it!!

anyway, I did a search here and many people have different kinds of mg supplements they take. I see many forms of oral supplements are nnot very absorbable. Dr. B suggested in his protocols Mg-tab SR. Any one have any favorite that work for them and seen improvement on the supplements?? And how do you take them? thanks

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Lymeblue
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For me Mag Tab SR is the best I got the 1,000 pills bottle for all my family....I have been taking in for more almost 2 years now.
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thanks Lyme...do you take 1 tab twice a day? any side effects??
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re magtab SR
I used it and found that it caused severe neurolgical symptoms. I confirmed this by starting and stopping several times.

No idea why. A few others have reported the same effect but in general peopel seem to have no ill effect.

Just remember that high doses can cause a calcium levels to change so don't go overboard with the stuff either.

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I had Mag Tab and threw the whole bottle in the trash. It had titanium dioxide and a bunch of dyes, etc. if I remember correctly. I would get something more pure. Pure Encapsulations for example.

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The other problem with them is that they are sustained release, which means that you will have mag released constantly. Most of the abx should be taken a minimum of 2 hrs away from any mag because of interference. Pretty hard to do with these.

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