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... I'm sorry to hear that your having side effects from the Forteo. I also have chronic back and leg pain plus both feet have pain and numbness. I don't believe that I am having more pain with the medication. ... (7 replies)
... I too, have dental problems. Especially after this morning's visit to my dentist. I have what I call a 3 tooth bonded together "thing". ... (7 replies)
... one person discovered with bone cancer. I know that it has not been fully studied in humans so until they come up with something conclusive I'm going to take the Forteo shots. ... (7 replies)

Stopping Forteo
Apr 17, 2013
... I have been taking since January 1st . Having severe dental problems, loose teeth and crushing jaw pain. I am also exhausted, anyone know the side effects when you stop using this stuff? ... (0 replies)
Jun 25, 2009
... I was on Forteo for 23 months and got uninterrupted dental work, although no extractions. I actually had no side effects to speak of, which is more than I can say for the accursed bisphosponate I was given first. ... (3 replies)
After Forteo
May 22, 2009
... If you need to have dental surgery, it's not likely you can postpone it for decades until the Fosamax leaves the bones. ... (3 replies)
... omax. They are way too hard on the esophagous. I have the same problem and need info on Forteo. They have suggested the once a year infusion but I think the side effects are not that well known yet and jaw necrosis has occurred. ... (13 replies)
... Hi nana, I have just started the road to dental problems, my peridontist has refer to osteo drugs as a dentists nightmare. ... (18 replies)
... my spine after about 20 months on Forteo. I'm just finishing up my last pen this month. It will be kind of weird not to take the shot each night. I had no side effects at all from the Forteo except for maybe some twinges in my hip. Can't really say if they're from the Forteo or not. ... (24 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear this. I recently finished 2 years on Forteo and all of the dental check ups with my dentist he reported that my teeth had improved and I had very little decay. ... (11 replies)
May 31, 2013
... refused the shots. I'm wondering about the side effects ofProlia. States calcium blood levels and kidney levels. ... (4 replies)
Mar 27, 2010
... I decided not to due to reported problems with jaw necrosis. My dentist out right said that he would not work on me if I took this medication and I have alot of dental problems. That's why I was put on Forteo. Now the doctor brought up the issue the other day since my Forteo treatment will be finished in a year. ... (3 replies)
... he needs to have any teeth extracted. Osteonecrosis is precipitated by oral surgery and or a tooth extraction. Check it out, and follow the recommendations for dental care while on these drugs. ... (12 replies)
... This was the same recommendation given to me when I finished 2 years on Forteo. I declined IV bisphosphonates because I'm worried about needing major dental treatment and because of possible side effects. I can take the oral version either. ... (4 replies)
... the Boniva injection for several reasons even though I can't take Fosamax, etc., by mouth and have finished with Forteo. If the injection causes noticeable side effects I would hate to have 90 days up to 1 year's worth of medication injected all at once and stuck in my system.. ... (15 replies)
... I called my local com college and they don't have that journal, and suggested getting it from a Univ with a Dental school. Well anyway Loma Linda was next on my list to call, and they do have it, but they won't email it to me. ... (28 replies)
... I have NO idea how I'm dealing with this dental thing, last night I had one of the worst scares I think I've ever felt. ... (14 replies)
Pardon My Brag
Jul 22, 2007
... Well, "they" say that most of the gains from Forteo occur during the first .... I've forgotten now ... 18 months, I think it is. ... (30 replies)
... The complications of dental potential dental problems is the main reason that I'm not jumping to take the bisphosphonates. If you have strong teeth then maybe, but I definitely don't. ... (32 replies)
... Hi Katnipped: Welcome to the group:) I'm glad you asked for a dexa scan that's a really *good* 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. Luckily you've done your reading and have started out well. Your exercise routine sounds great, and... (14 replies)

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