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Your digestion system significantly and heads the disappointing weight reduction levels and mass each pound...More
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to start Prolia or not?
I'm 68 and have CREST which is basically a cluster of autoimmune issues like Raynaud's, Calcinosis, Reflux....More
Posted by 1petitegal
Osteoporisis diagnosis
Hi! I am a 56 y/o female that just got diagnosed with osteoporosis. I am active, do yoga and strength training...More
Posted by melodief
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
no advice from doctors
Many years ago broke finger while making a sharp turn. Dr noticed fingers looked thin on xray but no advice. Saw...More
Posted by deecie
Fitness/Activity with 26% Bone Loss (Spine)
I was just diagnosed with 26% bone loss in my spine this month, which surprised (and upset!) the heck out...More
Posted by jspartan619
Fosamax and Dental Problems
I have a history of multiple fractured ribs without any corresponding trauma. The last two times were caused...More
Posted by hudes1959
prolia question
I'm getting my third prolia shot in July and will get a bone density test as well. I wonder how long we need...More
Posted by Anon_8202
Osteoporosis
How long is it necessary to get the Prolia shot, I'm on my 3rd one and just wonder how long they require you...More
Posted by sagil1959

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