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... I'm wondering if my tendonitis could be related to Fosamax use. I never had tendon problems before starting Fosamax. Now I have chronic ones, and I don't play any sports that would cause this, nor do I spend much time keyboarding. Has anyone else experienced this after taking Fosamax? ... (0 replies)
... I only took it for 3 years with complaints and finally insisted to my doctor to take me off. I was feeling less pain weeks later and it continued to improve. For instance it really attacked the joints in my knee, usually one at a time. ... (14 replies)
... I was taking Actonel and in pain managemnt for back issues. I awoke one day with carpal tunnel. How did that happen? ... (14 replies)

... I have been on medications for osteoporosis for approximately the past 8 years. The first 4 yrs. or so I took Actonel and when it became too expensive, I started taking Alendronate 70 mg. ... (14 replies)
... I also had severe muscle pain from taking the fosamax for about a year. ... (18 replies)
... d in the lye cleaners that remove soap scum from the bath tub. Dr. John Lee has called it a metabolic poison that kills osteoclasts. Go to the Thyroid Board here and type in Fosamax. There was very good information on a thread there from someone who did extensive research on Fosamax. ... (9 replies)
... Well, Actonel and Fosamax are bisphosphonates and bisphosphonates slow natural bone death. But that doesn't tell me much. ... (9 replies)
... Do some research on what actually comprises these potions. (9 replies)
... I've often wondered the same thing about the bone and joint pain some experience with Forteo. Why? ... (9 replies)
... joint side effect of Fosamax would go a way in about 3 months.. I am on my 10 week now and the muscle soreness is a lot less than the first week..second week.. less each week. ... (23 replies)
... under the title "New Dr. says fosamax not calcium? ... (23 replies)
... joints and since no one has been able to clarify what and why, I hope this medication isn't causing us some unreversable damage. ... (23 replies)
... I have been on Fosamax 70 mg for 7 months. ... (18 replies)
... I have been on fosamax for 8 months and am experiencing extreme muscle and joint pain. ... (5 replies)
... muscle pain when you stop the medication. This is just too weird and painful. I've never tried yoga, Ayurvedic work or Rolfing. ... (14 replies)
... muscle pain when you stop the medication. This is just too weird and painful. I've never tried yoga, Ayurvedic work or Rolfing. ... (14 replies)
... Three weeks after starting Fosamax, I experienced acute pain in my left thumb. When similar pain occurred in my right thumb, and also both Achilles tendons, I made the possible connection. Seems like tendons rather than muscles or joints. ... (14 replies)
... 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)
... It seems to be more and more people are finding out that they cannot tolerate the Osteo drugs. My mother in law just had to give them up as well because of the joint and muscle pain. Why don't you check out the natural strontium citrate supplement and give it a try.. ... (1 replies)
... but like I mentioned it is also for people who can't take bisphos's. Per your question about strength, Forteo is much stronger than bisphos's and myacalcin, but it also works entirely differently. Forteo actually grows new bone where the others except Strontium Cit. ... (12 replies)


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