Our expert says:
Ask your doctor about the use of Dixarit for the treatment of hot-flushes. I don't think it is contra-indicated in liver disease, but just make sure.
Regarding Vit D and Calcium- it will not have a negative influence on the liver, but in the light of your kidney stones you need to be careful with the amounts of vit D and your doctor needs to have a 24 Hour urine test done to determine what the calcium levels in the urine is before prescribing Vit D as this may enhance calcium excretion and put more stain on the kidneys. Calcium intake should be about 1000 mg per day, either in food, supplements or both.
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