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I'm 68 and have CREST which is basically a cluster of autoimmune issues like Raynaud's, Calcinosis, Reflux. I'm also about 5'2'' (on a good day) and about 107 pounds. I'm over the line into osteoporosis on my spine. I'm quite active (racquetball, zumba, pilates, horseback riding, golf). My doctor wants me to start Prolia, and I'm very reluctant because of all the potential side-effects - particularly those having to do with immune issues. I had all kinds of blood tests that determined that while I do not have the scleraderma factor, I do have the rheumatoid arthritis factor. I'm aware of all kinds of aches and creaks and stiffnesses which go away, and I don't know whether to attribute them to my activities or something else. Since Prolia is a 6 month injection, I'm concerned about the many possible side-effects. If you are taking a pill, you can just stop, but after an injection, what do you do if you have a bad reaction - or it triggers an immune system response? Yikes, what a decision!View Thread
Hi! I am a 56 y/o female that just got diagnosed with osteoporosis. I am active, do yoga and strength training 2-3 days weekly (for the past 5 years) and some walking, but not as much as I should due to the extreme heat in Florida. I am struggling with this diagnosis and am trying to find the best sources of adding calcium to my diet. Is almond, soy or skim milk my best option for calcium? I have been taking 1200 mg of calcium supplements for several years but on average, about 3-4 days a week instead of 7. I eat salmon 3-4 times a week but dont drink milk or eat cheese. I am researching my medication options, but don't like what I am finding out about each of them. I need advice and tips on adding more calcium to my diet and which med. options fellow sufferers are presently doing. Thanks for any and all help!!View Thread
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Many years ago broke finger while making a sharp turn. Dr noticed fingers looked thin on xray but no advice. Saw Dr for headaches and shoulder pain at age 60. Dr mentioned how my back curved so far away from xray machine, but no advice or referral. Finally, my insurance asked me to get density test. By this time the test showed I was in the red indicating severe osteoporosis. No one has recommended any meds or actions other than don't lift more than 20lbs and to be careful. So now at 70 I have trouble lifting 10lbs without pain the next day. I have lots of pain every day in my neck, shoulders, and ribs. All I take is tramadol for pain, ibuprofen for inflammation, and propranolol for shakiness. I live alone and manage my home. Sometimes just washing dishes hurts and I have to take breaks. Holding my arms out in front is pretty painful. Right now I'm wondering if I can handle the elec hedge trimmer - LOL. Any comments are appreciated. Thanks for listening.View Thread
I was just diagnosed with 26% bone loss in my spine this month, which surprised (and upset!) the heck out of me.
Some of the precautions -- e.g. not picking up heavy things, not bending forward from the waist -- don't work well with my exercise program and fitness goals. Hard to hit that 200 pound dead lift goal or carry a bucket of gravel in a Spartan Race if you can't do either of those things, for example!
I'm in my early 50s, female, in generally good health, lift weights four times a week and am planning to participate in an endurance event at the end of August.
Are those precautions really intended for someone my age and fitness level???View Thread
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