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... rogen that caused it. My grandmother has osteoporosis, and takes her Fosamax with no ill effects at all. I've read that the jury is still out on the progesterone cream for BC survivors. Dr. ... (7 replies)
... herefore actonel and fosamax is totally out of the question. After listening to all of the posts, doing some of my own research, it seems to me that forteo and evista is the way to go. ... (15 replies)
... Lindajo Thanks for all the info. On some other post I had put I have a bottle of that aloe vera sitting on my shelf that I have been afraid to try. I got it a day before I had allergy patch testing and am allergic to Balsam of Peru and the dermatologist said it could cross react with plant extracts. I asked her about the aloe vera and she said to be really careful about... (22 replies)

... on the Evista this past year. The HRT had kept my bones stable even though they had me on high doses of Prednisone for my Crohn's at the time. ... (22 replies)
... Premerin for most of those years. A year ago I switched to natural cream estrogen. Any thoughts or suggestions, would be greatly appreciated. I enjoyed your "simple thoughts" entry. ... (11 replies)
HRT and Forteo
Dec 10, 2007
... I recall reading that it didn't help to do forteo and evista together but I do not recall about hrt and forteo. ... (18 replies)
... The popularity of progesterone cream is largely due to the efforts of the late Dr. John Lee. ... (5 replies)
... Can you use Progesterin cream if you had breast cancer and a mastectomy? ... (11 replies)
... Can you use Progesterin cream if you had breast cancer and a mastectomy? ... (11 replies)
... If you want to go the alternative route, this is what many of us do: - Approximately 1200 mg. Calcium divided into 2 doses Am and Pm (I think liquid best as it is most absorable. Innovative Natural makes one that combines Calcium, Magnesium and Vitamin D, which we also need) - I take extra magnesium in the form of a powder called Natural Calm as I think magnesium intake... (7 replies)
Jun 17, 2003
... I don't know what evista is. Is it another drug like Fosamax? ... (3 replies)
... Jules, So sorry to hear of your elevated levels after all your efforts! But did you also increase magnesium, take vitamin D and use Progesterone cream (by Dr. Lee)?My understanding is that "all" these are necessary. Also, it is not necessarily how much calcium you take (although, yes, we need 1000 to 1500mg. a day) but its use in combination with these other things. I have... (12 replies)

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