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Fosamax
Feb 6, 2006
... Hello taape - I might have missed something in this thread but what is PTH? I have just recently started on Fosamax (taken once a week and have taken 3 so far) with no side effects but am concerned about all I have read about the possibility of making bones more brittle in the long term. I have told my doctor that I will take it for a year and then, if/when more is known... (14 replies)
... or the "natural" strontium citrate that you can purchase online. I know that Protelos is available in the UK at this time. I've used a product called Strontium Support, and another one called Strontium Bone Maker by Doctor's Trust. ... (4 replies)
... takes Fosamax with no side effects. ... (4 replies)

... Hi Thanks for that. I will buy the book I think. Have just come back from the doctor who has recommended Fosamax and given prescription. I feel I have no choice but to try but I am also consulting an Ayurvedic doctor next month. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Suzie! Yes, there's been some discussion about strontium here. There are different types of strontium. ... (4 replies)
... I tried Miacalcin but it gave me headaches. Also, it's the least effective drug for osteo. It can also cause nasal ulcers in some people. I've tried every osteo drug on the market but can't tolerate any of them. Waiting for something to come out with fewer side-effects. You may want to look into the supplement Strontium. (18 replies)
... I started taking Fosamax 70mg about a month ago and was at my cardiologists today because of heart palpitations. ... (2 replies)
Strontium Ranelate
May 23, 2005
... thly dose even though time released would cause alot of symptoms because there's so much medication being released into your system at once. I thought the weekly Fosamax was bad enough and before I quit that I was going to ask for a daily pill to see if side effects were present. ... (6 replies)
Strontium Ranelate
May 23, 2005
... to be worse in the monthly dose than with the daily dose. Also you have to sit up and wait a full hour before eating anything, compared to 30 minutes with weekly Fosamax or Actonel. So if you already have problems with oral biphosphonates this probably isn't for you. ... (6 replies)
Strontium Ranelate
May 23, 2005
... It seems like it would be an excellent alternative to those experiencing stomach upset with the other available osteoporosis medications, such as Fosamax or Actonel. ... (6 replies)
Strontium Ranelate
Jan 29, 2004
... I doubt if anyone here has used it since the only people who have used the drug were people in the Clinical trails. Strontium ranelate has not yet been "approved" for use in treating osteoporosis. Researchers report that the reduction in the risks of fractures of the spine is similar to reductions reported with other anti-osteoporosis drugs like Fosamax. More research is... (2 replies)
... sed rather little and I was born in Upstate New York in a radioactive plume in 1951, the year of the highest atmospheric radiation from bomb testing in history. Strontium 90 got into milk and replaced calcium in bones. ... (11 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)
... Strontium ranelate is much easier on the tummy than the strontium citrate that I've seen mentioned a few times in this forum. ... (7 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)
... oclonal antibody based med which is said to be effective, but has a similar mechanism to the bisphosphonates and may share some of the more serious side effects. Strontium ranelate is the drug of choice in Europe. ... (9 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)
... and decided I'd try the Strontium. Does anyone know of someone taking the Strontium with eZorb? ... (5 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)


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