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... so you have a ways to go in all areas tested before you reach that point. Osteopenia is your wake up call to make some changes in your life. Are you taking calcium, magnesium, D3,and other supplements to help keep your bone density? ... (3 replies)
... I am running out of options because I cant use a treadmill, exercise bike.... ... (3 replies)
... those that have high striking impact give the most density bang for the effort. Like basketball is a big one because of the jumping aspect. But, don't try the jumping stuff without drs. ok. ... (3 replies)

... No other help. Walking is an issue for me right now because I am having SI Joint problems and lower back. ... (3 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism, so that was the reason for my first visit. ... (8 replies)
... There is controversary about taking Fosomax for osteopenia. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome... Just about everyone here has either osteopenia or porosis, do you have any specific questions, that we could help with? ... (6 replies)
... These behavior changes above aren't just for people with low bone mineral density..they're beneficial for most people. But talk to your doctor first before starting any new exercise routine. ... (4 replies)
... weigth training and calcium supplements for a while and then see how you next scan comes out. Try to rebuild your bone density naturally. ... (8 replies)
... Evista induced hot flashes are documented and well known....about 24 per cent of the patients in their studies noted them. The worse time seems to be at about 6 weeks of taking the med, but it can happen as soon as the first week. If they took your overies - i would suggest first a bone dxa scan to establish a baseline of your bone health. Then, if you are penic or... (6 replies)
... For osteopenia, I would just do weight bearing exercise and add calcium and omega 3 to your diet. Along with vitamin D. You might have a hormone test as often low estrogen is an issue as well. ... (1 replies)
... i can be of help with thyroid questions, please ask. There are a few of us here wtih both thyroid and osteo who could help you. Now that you are being treated for hypothyroid the loss from that should slow down and like you're feeling better. ... (8 replies)
... Wow! your bone density gain is very encouraging. I commend you for not filling that prescription for Boniva, in my opinion those medications cause more harm than good and you are proof that it can be done without medication. Congratulations! ... (9 replies)
... I am going to continue for a year on the Strontium and retest. I fully expect to see improvement in the hips too. I think there is a lot we can do for osteopenia before we resort to some of the harsher meds. ... (9 replies)
... exercise is excellent for building bones. ... (7 replies)
... up call for me to increase my calcium and D, and make myself take more walks. I didn't see the report back then and the dr didn't mention anything. ... (8 replies)
... I'm new here. For years I have been taking calcium and vitamin D and exercising because of osteopenia. ... (5 replies)
... I'll have to stick with vit-D, calcium, and weight bearing exercise. I had severe allergic reactions to actonel, first with flu like symptoms on the first week, and the second week was sever gastric distress. I am okay now, but then again my next weekly dose would be on Saturday... The dr. called me and said all I can do is just watch for now and see if I can reverse the... (7 replies)
... old postmenopausal woman who went through the change of life at 49 due to chemotherapy treatments for early stage breast cancer in 1995. ... (10 replies)
... One of my brothers is a jogger, and does about 3 miles a day 7 days a week and has done so for over 20 years, but that is much less than what you are running. ... (10 replies)

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