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What are the side effects of EZorb?

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Taking EZorb may cause an upset stomach and/or more difficulty in having bowel movements for those already prone to constipation. In the case of an allergic reaction to EZorb, side effects might include a rash, difficulty breathing, or swelling of the face or parts of it, according to MedPlus Mart.

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Alcohol should be avoided while taking EZorb. All other medicines being taken should also be made known to a doctor before one begins to take this medication.

EZorb, or calcium aspartate anhydrous, is an essential body mineral that helps protect bones, particularly those of the spine, from breaking. It is available in several calcium preparations, including EZorb Forte, EZorb, and EZorb D3, says MedPlus Mart. It comes as a tablet to be taken by mouth in these preparations.

The EZorb tablet contains 560 milligrams of calcium aspartate anhydrous. The EZorb Forte tablet contains less calcium aspartate anhydrous (only 500 MG) but has six other ingredients as well, including two other types of calcium. The EZorb D3 adds magnesium and Vitamin D3 to its calcium base.

Because of its high absorption rate and ability to raise joint, muscle and bone metabolism, EZorb is highly effective in dealing with numerous conditions, says Elixir Industry. It may be purchased in powder or capsule form online from Elixir.

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