I was probably on Boniva close to 8 to 10 years. Once it got out of my system, I haven't had any more issues, thank the Lord! It makes you feel like you're going crazy when you can feel it but no one else can see it on test.View Thread
I've not had it since the Boniva got out of my system...so for me it was the medication. It was nerve racking to try and figure out what it could be and once I was off the Boniva...it was gone!View Thread
After being off of Boniva for over a year, my Doctor has put me back on Fosomax because my bone density test had degraded! Triciak22, I had also noticed that the sun will make that part of my arms get worse! So when I'm outside I try to cover up as much as I can! It's like a viscous cycle! I will have to try the Preparation H, thanks everyone!View Thread
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