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Osteo and Ezorb
Nov 19, 2010
... I am new to this site and read your post on ezorb. I already posted on this but didn't know if you would run across it . I have taken ezorb with great results. I found out i had severe osteo. ... (6 replies)
Osteo and Ezorb
Nov 13, 2010
... I was wondering if anyone here has taken Ezorb and how it has helped with bone loss. I heard about Ezorb on this site from older posts and bought some. I have taken it for about 2 months now, along with other vitamins. ... (6 replies)
Jan 30, 2010
... I can't really give you a "straight answer" regarding using the eZorb but I do have about 5 years experience taking it. ... (2 replies)

Ezorb Calcccium
Apr 14, 2005
... I've been looking at is as well, but I think the price outrageous. (1 replies)
Ezorb Calcccium
Apr 13, 2005
... much better than Fosamax with no side effects. Is this quackery? ... (1 replies)
... I have not found it anywhere but at the manufacturer's site. Absolutely no side effects. ... (17 replies)
Ezorb update
Apr 2, 2007
... I have been taking Ezorb Calcium for almost 2 years. I had a bone density scan done the week prior to beginning. ... (3 replies)
... I thought the higher the number the more bone loss on the Dexa score, so I'm a bit confused. If this is correct than your left femur score has increased slightly indicating more, not less, bone loss. I may be incorrect on the information you are presenting. I hope so. That anything has decreased is certainly something to celebrate, though! That you are also doing weight... (17 replies)
... so I am going to stick with the EZORB since my spine improved and I have no side effects. ... (17 replies)
... I've been on Ezorb for awhile now and so far no complaints. Will see what my next Dexa reports. ... (17 replies)
... Any negative side effects? ... (17 replies)
... I take no other calcium supplement than Ezorb. None other is needed IMHO. (79 replies)
... I started taking Ezorb after reading some comments on the healthboards and reading Larry's testimonial after a web search. ... (58 replies)
... Have you ever tried Homeopathic? Bryonia Alba 30C, 3 pellets 3X a day (if the pain doesn't radiate). If the pain radiates then Hypericum would work better. I have also used Tumeric capsules - 3 capsules 3 times a day for pain. These are more subtle ways to address pain, but maybe preferable if you don't want to continue Ibuprofen, which can have many side-effects if... (17 replies)
... I was on Fosamax for only 11 weeks and quit too because of side effects and researching. Out of curiosity, how long did it take for the side effects to subside and for you to get back to normal after quitting Fosamax? ... (79 replies)
... They take extremely high doses intravenously to offset the decrease in bone mass caused by chemotherapy. Although, over time, I would worry about the cumulative effects of bisphosphonates. ... (58 replies)
... Why don't you ask your doc about Niaspan, or try niacin supplements instead of Lipitor. It's supposed to raise the HDL and lower LDL without the side effects of statin drugs, it's Vitamin B. Lipitor doesn't do much to raise your HDL. ... (79 replies)
... In most people, osteoporosis does NOT generally cause symptoms. That is why it's known as the ''silent'' disease. People aren't usually aware they even have it until they fracture, or do a DEXA scan. But even if it is found via DEXA scan, that also does NOT necessarily predict (or mean) that you WILL fracture. Just because you may have a low bone density, does not also... (64 replies)
... For the past year I have been taking EZorb, Biosil, Vitamin D, bone building minerals, and Strontium Citrate. I take the St C at least two hours after Ca; because if not, both inhibit each other. Any supplements containing both Sc and Ca probably are not optimally effective; as they cancel each other out. Perhpas that is why someone reported weaker bones after taking a very... (18 replies)
... singingirl, I read that only five states make insurers accept everyone who applies regardless of pre-existing conditions; New York, New Jersey, Maine, Vermont, and Mass. This should be a primary consideration to people who have pre-existing conditions and need medical insurance and plan to move out of these states. I read that two insurers in Ca. are denying coverage to... (64 replies)

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