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Caltrate D is a calcium and vitamin D supplementation.
This will not interfere with IgA nephropathy.
However, it may not be the right solution for the bile acid related diarrhea.
A bile acid sequestrant like cholestyramine or colestipol will be better to use.
Colestipol is oral tablet or granule form taken as 2 gram once or twice daily to minimize the bile acid related diarrhea.
This can be taken in IgA nephropathy as well.
THis requires prescription.
So you can discuss with your doctor this option.
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