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Hello, I have osteo in my upper back and osteopenia in my hips. I have been having terrible pain ,which really...More
Posted by lalalu
Osteoporosis: Male in his 40's.
I am a reasonably active 44-year old male, (walking, swimming, cycling, some jogging) who was diagnosed with...More
Posted by bkkkiwi
Osteoporosis keeps getting worst!
I have read all the posts here on this subject, and no one has mentioned why some people's bones release more...More
Posted by chatrtx
FORTEO
I AM STARTING MY SECOND 28 DAY ROUND OF SHOTS AND HAVE STARTED HAVING SHARP PAINS SHOOTING THROUGH OUT MY HEAD....More
Posted by tyler16
18 years old and afraid of osteoporosis
I hope I'm unnecessarily worrying, but I'll just explain - I feel I am at risk because: - During my teen...More
Posted by 0nesecret
Newly Diagnosed
I had a bone scan last month. Now I have the diagnosis. Osteoporosis with a high risk of fracture. The med...More
Posted by rebekkah99
new doc - bone loss - want to stay on Evista??
I have been on Evista for about 12 years. I went on after a severe Crohns attack and on heavy dose of Prednisone...More
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what else can i do to help osterporosis?
I am taking calcium and a weekly dose of bone density medicine plus 50,000 ml of vitamin D. In addition I...More
Posted by An_257712
Forteo anyone?
Has anyone had any experience with Forteo? As it is the only medication that will build bone, I would like to...More
Posted by gwennea

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