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... Percan, Thanks for the response! I was diagnosed with Osteoperosis about six years ago. ... (14 replies)
... ray and told me I have osteoperosis and osteopenia. Can you have both? ... (12 replies)
... Well, my gyno just had a snit when I refused to take meds for it! Thought I was going to have to quit her and find another. But we made it thru. I get another one in early August so we'll see if 2 years of weight lifting (I can now bench press 85 pounds - not bad for a 5'2" 110 pound 64 yr old woman!) has made any difference! But even if it hasn't, I'm not taking those... (35 replies)

... than it should be done here in Virginia but the weather has not coopertated. You need at least 3 good days in a row with no rain and we have not had that since early May until just this week. ... (35 replies)
20 with osteopenia
Jan 11, 2003
... Last spring I had pain in my legs and after MRIs, X-rays and bone scans, I was found to have atleast 3 stress fractures. There was no explaination for the fracures. After months of different tests, a bone density was finally done. I was told I have early osteoperosis(or osteopenia). The fractures took months and months to heal and I continue to have pain, discomfort and... (19 replies)
... I asked my doctor for a bone density test since my insurance covers it and because I have some osteoperosis risk factors (caucasian, perimenopause, thin - 95 lbs.). Knowing I am at risk, I have also strived to continue some sort of weight-bearing exercise but am finding it more difficult to do much variation since I have had back problems for the past 10 years. I walk... (14 replies)
... Not much has been posted by users on Forteo, so I will make the effort to followup after I finish my treatment early next year. ... (6 replies)
... dered to be you are almost half way there.. for most women the majority of their lifetime bone loss is after menopause..but anorexics start out early and i believe there is a clinical trial going on now for a new med for that group..since fosamax and evista are fda approved for post menopausal only .. ... (2 replies)

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