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... Just a thought. Osteopenia and Osteoporosis are generally not believed to cause pain by themselves. Usually it's when a fracture happens that the real pain starts. The Osteoarthritis is probably what was causing your pain. ... (4 replies)
... Isn't osteopenia the beginnings of osteoporosis? ... (4 replies)
... I suppose it could. What type of pain are you having. Are you taking any medications for osteopenia? ... (4 replies)

... HI, the first thing i would suggest is to see your doctor and find out if there is a reason your hips are hurting. Osteoporosis doesn't usually cause pain unless you have a fracture you don't know about. How is your mattress, does it need to be flipped over or replaced? ... (2 replies)
... I would have her back pain checked out by an orthopedic specialist because osteoporosis usually doesn't cause pain unless you've got a fracture. So the back pain could be from another cause and it just happens that she has low bone density found in her hip. Sorry to hear this. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome... Just about everyone here has either osteopenia or porosis, do you have any specific questions, that we could help with? ... (6 replies)
... I understand advice here is not medical, although I might learn more here than from my quacks. So given my history and everything does it sound like this is just all from a primary vitamin D deficiency? ... (2 replies)
... About 3 a.m. when attempting to roll over, and once again noticing the amount of pain in my joints, and I mean ALL of my joints, it dawned on me that maybe this is related to the the Boniva I took 3 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... first step. Unfortunately, most people think that osteoporosis and osteopenia is something that doesn't occur until your much older than you, which isn't always the case. ... (14 replies)
Osteopenia
Feb 15, 2006
... has recommended. I have read on this site that taking Fosamax will cause Necrosis of the jaw. ... (10 replies)
... I have to call my doctor today, but the doctor at ER told me that there is nothing I can do other than to take pills for the pain and pills to reduce the inflamation cause by the rubbing. ... (13 replies)
... It is difficult to tell osteoporosis from osteomalacia by DEXA sometimes. Osteomalacia does cause bone pain. It can also cause secondary hyperparathyroidism which also causes bone pain. Blood work may be able to detect hyperparathyroidism altho sometimes they do a bone biopsy at the hip. ... (11 replies)
... my right knee began feeling stiff. Stiffness was quickly followed by pain and swelling that became so unbearable I could no longer walk on that leg. ... (29 replies)
... Besides bone pain, another reason to avoid bisphosphonates like the ones you list is that making bones denser does not necessarily make them stronger. ... (16 replies)
... This is a follow up on my original question about joint pain that I had in my hips when I started taking Actonel. Well...I'm in my 10th week of taking Actonel, and my hip pain went away. I'm so thankful for that!! ... (18 replies)
... certain diseases of the kidneys can cause extreme osteoporosis as well as other diseases such as the parathyroid glands that lay behind the thyroid gland. Does it run in your family? ... (14 replies)
... Since I found out that after taking Actonel for 15 months and I went from Osteopenia to Osteoporosis while on it, I am not taking it for now! I haven't taken it for a month now. I do take 1200 mg of Calcium a day with Vitamin D. ... (0 replies)
... not one of my 6 Dr's suggested calcium, altho they always asked if i took HRT, which i didn't cause i am also prone to blood clots.Does anyone know why caffeine affects the bones? ... (5 replies)
New Here
Dec 4, 2002
... not one of my 6 Dr's suggested calcium, altho they always asked if i took HRT, which i didn't cause i am also prone to blood clots.Does anyone know why caffeine affects the bones? ... (4 replies)


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