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Question: Garcinia cambogia make you urinate frequently .because i have to go every hour





I started taking garcinia cambogia in about a month ago and I'm taking 3000 milligrams a day is it making me go a lot to the bathroom I have to go every hour it's driving me crazy.so I went to the doctor I thought I had urinated tract infection but they said no but I'm still going to bathroom a lot and it started with the vitamins.should I stop taking them.thank you can you help me

Asked by blanca on May, 30, 2013 at 3:21 pm
Age: 60   Gender: female
Conditions: Going Frequently To The Bathroom
Medications: Garcinia Cambogia

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3000 mg per day is way too high. Dr. Oz and Dr. Chen recommend 1500 mg per day. I am urinating more than usual and I am taking 1300 mg per day. Just started so no real weight loss measurements yet.

Replied by Ed on Nov, 7, 2013 at 11:17 am

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