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Reply: what else can i do to help osterporosis?
Make sure you're taking your calcium several hours apart. The body can only absorb about 600 mg at a time. ...More
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Reply: Fitness/Activity with 26% Bone Loss (Spine)
Go to the National Osteoporosis Foundation website ( ) go to the bottom of the page where it says...More
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Reply: Forteo anyone?
thank you for your reply. good idea to call the company.
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Reply: Anybody use Forteo?
Thanks for replying, I called Forteo and they told me what to do so yesterday I picked them up from my...More
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Reply: strontium
The strontium you get in the US is not regulated nor is it the strontium that is prescribed as an osteo med....More
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Reply: To medicate or not to medicate
Being an accredited center means doing a lot of paperwork and jumping through a lot of standardized hoops. It...More
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Reply: ulna and radius fused together
I have a condition where both of my arms are fused at the elbow. It happened while I was in the womb and the...More
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Reply: Broken Foot
I was put in the black compression boot for a broken 1st metatarsal that just missed clearing the joint for 6...More
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I also take strontium in a bone support pill. I receive a women's health newsletter and it states that...More
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Reply: Prolia
I have been on Prolia for 1.5 years. My scan results were the best response I've had. I gained a full...More
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Reply: Reclast vs. Prolia
Being on prednisone and having had a compression fracture puts you at an extremely high risk of having another...More
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Reply: to start Prolia or not?
What do you mean over the line into osteoporosis? T-score? have you had a fracture, especially hip or spine,...More
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Reply: Pre-osteopenia
Like their names suggest, osteopenia and osteoporosis are related diseases. Both are varying with the...More
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Reply: Osteoporisis diagnosis
Check out the National Osteoporosis Foundation website. . They have sections to answer all of...More
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Reply: Moving Safely
Not smart if your bone density in your back is low. Find out what your T-score was in your back. If it's lower...More
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Reply: no advice from doctors
Go online right now to the National Osteoporosis Foundation ( ) and order their booklet "Boning...More
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Two keys to strong bones: Calcium and Vitamin D
What is bone health? Bone health simply entails ones that are strong, firm and free from osteoporosis, or...More
Posted by jazzpollard
Reply: prolia question
If you could please tell me your symptons and why you quit prolia because I have had some hip pain and other...More
Posted by sagil1959
Reply: Fosamax and Dental Problems
Your fractures give you a clinical diagnosis of osteoporosis. Forget the osteopenia. You now have to deal with...More
Posted by bonebabe
Vitamin D
It is very important that your calcium supplement contain Vitamin D
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Reply: Osteoporosis
thanks for the advice, I am not able to take bisphosphonate I did for 2 months with side effects that were...More
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Reply: Side effect of STOPPING Fosamax
What was 'NORMAL' were my bodily FUNCTIONS. before Fosamax. During the usage, I acquired most of the side...More
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Reply: Is Prolia a good option after Forteo?
Thanks for the info. Yes, there is a hx of OP in my family. I personally have no other medical problems...More
Posted by kayaksandhiking
Reply: Please advice 86yr Old Operated on 4 x in two mont...
Well, having osteoporosis certainly will compromise any recovery she has from this hip replacement. Sounds...More
Posted by bonebabe
Natural approach DOES work for strong bones
My physician wanted me to take one of the bone drugs to help my osteoporosis however, I decided to try a...More
Posted by bigshowoff
Reply: Prolia
Hi, welcome to the site. First,your T-scores. When you say your spine is 2.9, is that a -2.9? I'm assuming...More
Posted by bonebabe
Reply: Any real benefits to a cocktail of supplements?5
No. If you take a good multivitamin and calcium supplement with D, that's all that you need to do. And for...More
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Moderate Exercise
Harvard researchers found that postmenopausal women who sit for long stretches of time...More
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Reply: spinal conpression fracture
Hi rozia, This article explains some treatment options for spinal compression fractures. I hope this...More
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Reply: Fosamax Failure
Oops, looks like my page didn't load properly and I re-answered the initial post. The Osteo drugs do not...More
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Bisphosphonate use in premenopausal womenExpert
The potential benefits and risks of bisphosphonate use may be quite different in premenopausal women compared to postmenopausal women. ... More
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