TUMS is an antacid made of calcium carbonate manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline. It is a non-prescription drug and available at many retail stores, including drug stores, grocery stores and mass merchandisers. It provides relief from acid indigestion, heartburn, and indigestion (“sour stomach”) and is considered a calcium supplement.

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Tums Discussions

  1. link Wmk
    recommeded dosage
    how much can you use
    Wmk- over a year ago - in Tums
  2. link Rockdoc
    Tums tooth decay, health habits, female patient, fillings, crowns
    I'm a dentist who recently examined a middle aged female patient on her regular (6-month) recare appointment. I was distressed to observe significant - 71% more...
    Rockdoc- over a year ago - in Tums
  3. link Mrleemd
    Tums & Vitamin D
    Can chewable Tums replace Caltrate Plus 600 w/ Vitamin D.?
    Mrleemd- over a year ago - in Tums
  4. link Trishh
    Calcium Carbonate in Tums.
    What percent calcium carbonate is in tums?
    Trishh- over a year ago - in Tums
  5. link Ddrmom52
    Aluminum in your Product?
    How much Aluminum is in your product and if there isn't any how is your product processed and packaged?
    Ddrmom52- over a year ago - in Tums
  6. link Rstee
    Tums -aluminum
    I am wondering how much aluminum is in Tums. I understand aluminum is toxic in large doses and can attribute to Alzheimer's disease
    Rstee- over a year ago - in Tums
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