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... Hi there tomatojuice - I work out in the gym 3-4 times a week and do 40-45 mins of aerobic work (have recently started carrying weights whilst on the treadmill) followed by weights. I also try to walk for a hour or so at least once a week (more if the weather is good and I have time). I have just started Tai chi once a week (recommended by a natural practitioner I saw) - Tai... (10 replies)
... Thanks Tomatojuice: I totally agree with you... Since I've been doing every type of exercise you can imagine since I was very young, I difinitely know what the mental, medical, and physical benefits are, which is why I have found it so frustrating that I haven't been able to find any core/legs/lower back exercises that I can do that doesn't make the pain "much" worse. As I... (10 replies)
... Hi DessertBloom, I have also read that swimming and biking are not weight bearing exercises, but I think if your limited as to what type of exercise you can do, then if swimming is the only one you can do, you should do it, because some exercise is better than no exercise. also the benifits of exercise are many. Exercise changes your whole outlook on life. It can give you a... (10 replies)

... Thanks for your helpful reply....I hope you find the natural approach you're looking for. Unfortunately, I did all of the "many" natural approaches, so many I can't remember them all (42 years of it), and didn't get any positive results, t scores just declined. But we 're all different so who knows what will work for one and not another. Best of Luck to you, and I'll... (10 replies)
... Hi Dessert Bloom I am sorry to hear you have so much pain. Also the book I got called Osteopilates doesn't have any standing exercises im afraid. I got it in the library. (10 replies)
... Hi Suzieuk , My t-score for my spine was -3 last month. My hips were fine. I walk 4 miles every day and try to do osteopilates and weight exercises at least 4 times a week. I didn't always exercise. I was actually quite sedentary for at least the past year due to depression. The news of osteoporosis actually got me right up off my couch. Weird huh! Thanks for the information... (10 replies)
... hi i wondered if i could start a thread where people can post their pre treatment t-scores, what they think were their risk factors,what treatment they are using, and post-scores if anyone has had a second scan??? i will start! RISK FACTORS am 35 yo female with 17years of eating disorders. currently am 5'4" and 89lbs extensive family history poor dairy/calcium all... (1 replies)
... The makers of Ezorb claim that unlike most calcium supplments, it is absorbed in the entire length of the small intestine, thus avoiding the urine spill. ... (21 replies)
Denosumab
Apr 22, 2006
... Was given Actonel and took myself off after a few weeks because of acid reflux and fear of side effects. Took nothing except calcium and vitamins. Saw an endocrinoligist here in Mexico City and he took me off of one of my thyroid med. ... (5 replies)
... My husband and I take Oscal calcium, mainly because it's cheap and we're on a tight budget. Ezorb sounds great, but it's too expensive. I don't know anything about Reosto and I'm not even sure it's available in USA. ... (18 replies)
... have you tried ezorb or rosteo and what calcium tablet do you take? ... (18 replies)
... Cost. Ezorb is incredibly expensive and I'm on a budget. It's a big sacrifice for me to spend that kind of money. I'll do it I feel it's more or less "proven. ... (26 replies)
... yeah i started taking the pricey ezorb recently. My mom too as she has old age osteopenia. Today I did not cause I think i have a stomach virus going so don't want to take any supplements.. ... (10 replies)
... i am 35 and newly diag with osteoporosis :( with a 17 year history of eating disorders and currently about 77lbs at 5'4" i know the major thing is to gain to a healthy weight which i have started after much toing and froing with my doc and dietitian they have suggested the following 1) gain weight 2) increase calcium in diet and take calc supp 3) commence estrogen... (9 replies)
... e, obviously I want to avoid this situation. I am avoiding dairy, as a food intolerance test came up with allergic reactions to cows milk and eggs, so am now on calcium enriched soya and rice milk. I think there may be a connection with food. ... (11 replies)
... help regulate calcium levels. I have seen an alternative practitioner and am taking herbs as well but am finding it difficult keep up. ... (11 replies)
Boniva
Sep 12, 2005
... I think I will say it again for those new to the site, the calcium supplement - EZorb - claims the highest absorbability of any I've researched. I have been taking it now for about 5 or 6 months and not only do I now have strong fingernails, muscular and joint pain, that many times has been severe, has greatly diminished as well. Hopefully, it is also doing what they claim it... (13 replies)
Boniva
Sep 12, 2005
... I think I will say it again for those new to the site, the calcium supplement - EZorb - claims the highest absorbability of any I've researched. I have been taking it now for about 5 or 6 months and not only do I now have strong fingernails, muscular and joint pain, that many times has been severe, has greatly diminished as well. Hopefully, it is also doing what they claim it... (13 replies)




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