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... r times a week and am trying to increase that to five to six times a week. I want to add some weights to my excersize but not sure what to do... My Dr prescribed fosamax and I filled the prescription, but am scared to take it after I read the side effects... Not sure what to do now. ... (23 replies)
... It also says that the rare leg fractures linked to Fosamax use are far less dangerous than the hip fractures the drug prevents. ... (1 replies)
... And, I have also read another article that talked about Actonel having fewer gi upset issues than fosamax. A number of people on this board are also using strontium which you may find interesting as well. ... (13 replies)

... Hello, Well, of course, one can't say ''definitely'' that the Actonel was to blame. But, there is probably a good chance that Actonel did have something to do with it. If you take a look at a very well-read site called ''askapatient'', you will find how many people describe their side effects from bisphosphonate meds - Actonel, Fosamax, Boniva. All you have to do is... (16 replies)
... Thanks for explaining the meaning of a 'trust area', I was wondering what that meant when I posted excerpts from the article on the UK wanting to limit access to osteoporosis drugs. It's a shame that you can't have a follow up bone density for your peace of mind, and it would also save you money if your scan showed improved density so you would not have to purchase additional... (5 replies)
... ld have some idea whether the treatment is working or not but was told I couldn't have one and that even if I did have one the result would make no difference as Fosamax is the best treatment and I wouldn't be offered anything else anyway!!!! ... (5 replies)
... To answer your question, I don't thinks such a thing exists. There is Strontium Citrate which isn't an rx, it's otc, like Phyllis mentioned, but as far as rx meds go I don't think you'll ever find one that doesn't have a warning on it. ... (10 replies)
Pardon My Brag
Jul 22, 2007
... and the new IV bisphosphonate is going to be out any time now. Not much was discussed about strontium ralenate, but there are several others that are pretty new in the works. ... (30 replies)
Does it work?
Jun 24, 2007
... fire Ok, just ranting. I'm still upset I even took the darn Fosamax when it wasn't doing anything and may have made matters worse. ... (14 replies)
... I started to have compression fractures at that level, and I immediately went on Fosamax and then Actonel, which are bisphosphonates. ... (17 replies)
... with Fosamax but I'm not happy about continuing for years. Let us know what you decide and good luck. ... (10 replies)
... ther me. I have been to 3 endos. The first said I am going to be dust, the 2nd said I should be allergy tested for Zometa and the 3rd gave me samples of liquid Fosamax and said if I can't take it she will give me Pamidronate IV every 3 months. ... (7 replies)
... While it may sound counterintuitive, "natural" and "safe" are not interchangeable. Assuming your hormone replacement therapy is estrogen-based, there have been several studies showing estrogen +/- progesterone is helpful in relation to bone density, but carries significant risks. These risks include increased breast and ovarian cancer, increased risk of blood clots and stroke,... (3 replies)
... s. My dr's solution is to have me take it only on alternate days which seems to keep the pain under control while permitting some calcium metabolism. I also take strontium and, thus far, I seem to be holding my own. ... (1 replies)
Bone meds.
Sep 16, 2013
... Well, if I had to take bone meds, I'd opt for strontium ranelate (a straightforward calcium analogue). I'd have little confidence in bone meds restoring useful density but hopefully they would slow or stop loss of calcium. Fosamax for sure, is not suitable to people much over age seventy (my mom was in her eighties and developed cracks in her femurs while on it). No... (8 replies)
... Check out the supplement strontium citrate which is available online. Also read the book, "The Myth of Osteoporosis" by Gillian Sanson that may give you some perspective on the situation. ... (2 replies)
Forteo
Nov 7, 2011
... Strontium has no effect at all on my digestive system. I'm on omeprazole for life because of the damage done by the Fosamax. I have had no side effects, only benefits. Good luck! carol (14 replies)
Forteo
Nov 7, 2011
... whatsoever. I refuse to have anything to do with bisphosphonates, having permanently eroded out my esophagus my first trial of Fosamax. I am one of many fans of strontium on this board and would suggest you look further into supplementing with that in addition to whatever program you adopt. Good luck! ... (14 replies)
Just diagnosed
Dec 5, 2010
... I will never again use a bisphosphonate drug. I have been taking Strontium citrate and Biosil for a couple of years. Dexa scans are useless for me so I have no way of knowing the real strength of my skeletal system. ... (28 replies)
Forteo
May 25, 2010
... No, but I just started taking it, what was your experience on it the first time around? (7 replies)


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