The bar of soap thing does work... and it's inexpensive and has no known side effects... lol
Just a quick note about the calcium, vitamin D etc.
Adding a few vitamin rich foods shouldn't be too much trouble... but you should really ask your doctor before just starting to take supplements. There are some hard to diagnose medical conditions that may make taking some of those things a no-no, even if it seems logical.
For example, I have kidney issues, and while one doctor said I should take calcium supplements, I was informed by my specialist that they are not recommended right now because I have a vitamin D deficiency related to the kidney problem. It takes close medical supervision to get the balance back again, and even with that, I ended up with calcium deposits in the soft tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments) in my shoulders-- VERY painful, we all thought I'd torn my rotator cuff again until the xrays came back and I was sent off for more blood tests! Ouch...
So if you think you might need supplementation, ask your doctor to run some tests first to make sure that's what is going on, okay? Better to err on the side of caution...
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