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... specialize in it whilst some Endocrinologists are less interested in osteoporosis than in other endocrine problems and there are even some gynecologists who are very much into treating osteoporosis. ... (3 replies)
... Pipknight: Have any of your dr.'s mentioned Forteo? It is an injectable med for osteoporosis. Since I don't know anything about prolactin counts, I would check with the Endo and see if this type of med (Human Parathyroid Hormone) would be suitable for you to take. I've been on Forteo since April, but have been temp. taken off of it because of a mildly elevated ionized... (4 replies)
... I am 30 years old and just diagnosed with osteoporosis. I am going to an endocronologist September 15. Are there any questions you'd recommend I make sure to ask him? ... (4 replies)

... Hi all. Yesterday I went to my doctor to discuss my DEXA results. Here are my scores: Spine T-score: -3.9 Z-score: -3.5 Total Prox. Femur T-score: -3.9 Z-score: -3.6 Femoral Neck T-score: -4.0 Z-score: -3.6 I was really disappointed because I had really hoped that I only had slight osteoporosis. :( My doctor is referring me to an Endocronologist because my... (4 replies)
... You need to be taking magnesium with the calcium. If your doctor isn't giving it to you, he is just plain wrong. You need to look up Dr. Mildred Seelig and magnesium. She is the world's foremost expert on magnesium. (59 replies)
... My doctor referred me to an endocronologist to determine why my body isn't absorbing calcium the way it should be. So, I made an appointment but can't get in until September 15. ... (59 replies)
... Osteosarcoma: bone cancer, only seen in rats Correct the FDA has not studied its use beyond 2 years, although I have heard of people that have taken it longer than that, it depends on your dr. and I suppose your response to it. You inject it daily, very easy...:) HTH Pam (4 replies)
... None of my doctors have said anything about Forteo to me yet, but I will definately ask the Endocronologist about it when I see him. What is osteoscarcoma? ... (4 replies)
... I'm 30 and was just diagnosed. I haven't been able to get into an endocronologist so they don't know the cause of it yet. Do you know what the underlying cause of yours is? ... (3 replies)
Aug 17, 2004
... houldn't be like this your only 33." They wcan't tell us why though and I feel they are running tests that probably aren't necessary. My husband hasn't seen an endocronologist but think I will talk to him about going. Did you have any problems with Fosmax? ... (9 replies)
... an Endocronologist about the osteoporosis. ... (8 replies)
Feb 15, 2006
... My experience has been very different. I took Fosamax for years with no side effects and my bone density improved slightly which is good at my age (62) since it would be declining each year. My mother had severe osteoporosis with multiple fractures (about 12) and she was in constant pain. After starting Fosomax, she only had 2 more fractures and one was from a fall. ... (10 replies)
... A history, I am a 56 years YOUNG male, and at 49 was astounded to lean how bad my Osteoporosis was. Regular symptoms lead me to a BMD, numerious breaks, lots of non impact breaks. Also, we had on both sides of my family a great deal of heriditary Osteo. ... (12 replies)
... My father had a bone density scan and is in his mid 60s. He is the poster man for health (fit, strong, eats well, etc...). It was discovered he has advanced Osteoporosis. Given how advanced his doctor recommended his sons get a bone density test for a baseline. I am a 39 year old male and just got my tests back. Osteopenia. Lower spine is quite low density for my age... (1 replies)
Oct 11, 2007
... Thanks for your replies...I have spent the past week.after work and on weekends....reading and researching. When I first told my endocronologist I didn't want to be on the first prescribed drug "boniva" She told me I was reading too much and would be hunched over if I didnt take it and could break a hip. ... (6 replies)
... I have osteoporosis and my endocronologist wanted me to get some more natural sources other than the 1200 in calcium pills,I take- I also take vit.d- she is a well known researcher and head of the dept of endocronology at a major teaching hospital in new york city. so- she would like me to try and get at least some of my calcium ( even it is as little as 300 mg)- from natural... (10 replies)
... that's why I got so excited when I read the possiblity of the parathyroid problem. no one ever tested me for this. and now that I have osteoporosis which brought me to this board, it's opening up new doors for a diagnosis. ... (20 replies)
... I also see an endocronologist for low blood sugar and have an appt with her in two weeks for follow up on medication that she put me on. ... (7 replies)
Feb 16, 2006
... My niece is a radiologist at Mayo Clinic and she said it is a good drug. Much of what was published was not substantiated and I am now suffering because I listened to what was in the paper rather than my doctor. Will the same be true for 'Fosomax? I think anyone considering not taking Fosamax when their doctor prescribed it should talk to their doctor again or get... (10 replies)
... severe osteoporosis in Dec 2002 so I don't think it is limited only to specially trained doctors. ... (2 replies)

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