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... UAB as well. ... (7 replies)
... Also, as I have mentioned before in previous posts sometime ago, I have been taking the Doctor's Choice Strontium Citrate. ... (2 replies)
... Is Strontium Citrate the same as Ranaleate? ... (2 replies)

... on CT scanner for detailed visualization of the coronary arteries with extremely high precision and clarity and its use means that more invasive procedures, such as Cardiac Catheterization, can often be avoided. With the ability to see details as small as 0. ... (3 replies)
... I have been having weight gain as well as more hot flashes which I think seems to be some of the side effects. I just realized that after all this time. ... (1 replies)
... Chinabell, thank you for the warning. I have had five fractures in six years. I have a normal DEXA scan but was on bisphosphonates for seven years as a result of a dx of bone mets from breast cancer. ... (0 replies)
... What we all take here is strontium citrate, which is sold as a supplement online and in some stores. I take NSI strontium and order it online. It's reasonably priced and for me has proven to be effective. ... (2 replies)
... or fluoride with calcium and vitamin d. I thought that fluoride had been ruled out as a good treatment because it increased BMD but only by creating brittle bone that fractured easily. ... (0 replies)
... a few articles claim some studies show that women who are on statins for a year showed improved bone density. Cedars Sinai hospital in Los Angeles lists statins as a bone density treatment, but states they aren't usually prescribed for it. ... (8 replies)
... I am just guessing there were more women because more women are identified as having osteoporosis. ... (3 replies)
... I wonder if younger people with osteoporosis are just as suspectible. Also could CAD be caused by people who don't exercise or didn't exercise prior to be diagnosed with osteoporosis. ... (3 replies)
... c in extra supplements as advised by a nutritionist. ... (26 replies)
... e, and mentions recent studies but does not cite exactly which studies which is frustrating. I have also seen studies regarding some of the hormone patches such as Menostar, Vivelle Dot etc. and claiming that there was an improvement in bmd compared to placebo in post menopausal women even at doses as low as .014. ... (22 replies)
... Osteoblast... It sure would be nice to be able to get to the Mayo Clinic. My mother used to go there for different reasons, and had a couple of surgeries there as well. She was from that area of the country and always trusted the drs there the most. Hopefully they can figure out the cal problem. ... (17 replies)
... I had that test done a couple of times, I think as my Endocrinolgist would ask for it ...he had an Xlaps....word down as the test, and so likely that was it. ... (6 replies)
... This is me, JudynearOttawa replying to the supportive reply you sent me, JudynearMichigan. I wrote down what you said, as I have no printer here, so I just want to let you know that it was really supportive to see your suggestions. ... (18 replies)
... Now I am new to this desease and have posted a few times. Iam going to be starting the forteo injections as soon as they can get Medicare to approve it. ... (4 replies)
... According to the history books, the Romans discovered concrete. Their use of concrete was one reason why they were such prolific builders. As everyone knows, concrete and plaster are now everywhere. We would not be living in the comfort we now are without concrete. ... (18 replies)
... oth Dr Norman and Dr. Pulitz performed the surgery, but I can not know this! There were lots of people in the operating room when I arrived. I was ready to leave as soon as I woke up in recovery, and was gone shortly thereafter. I got an iced tea on the way back to the hotel, took a little nap and then went out for dinner. ... (80 replies)
... erstand what exactly causes Graves though. For a person with Graves, once their thyroid has been destroyed via radiation then they are hypothyroid . And, just as a person with hashimoto's thyroiditis they then take the same thyroid med. ... (20 replies)

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