It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Osteoporosis Board Index
Pages: 1 ... 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ... 14Showing 201 - 220 of 286 for forteo and vitamin d. (0.028 seconds)

... o one can predict how much bone you will or will not increase with any of these medications. It is all very much an individual thing. Your doctor is correct that Forteo is the only currently approved medication that is proven to increase bone. ... (19 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Nov 7, 2005
... You indicated you were 49 years old, and I assume your a female. Back in 2001 I was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis, when I was age 56, and I'm a man. ... (10 replies)
Pardon My Brag
Jun 25, 2007
... score is correct. I have Crohn's disease and unlike the majority of crohnies I'm one of the minority inclined to constipation. Unfortunately, even just one 300 IU calcium a day causes me gut problems. ... (30 replies)

... I've now been taking Forteo for 11 months. ... (24 replies)
Pardon My Brag
Jul 21, 2007
... Thanks for your response. My gains were very different from yours and confusing to me. ... (30 replies)
In Limbo
Mar 29, 2005
... gyn are concerned about our NOT treating my osteoporosis. I try to keep them up to date and informed on what this Endo and I are up to with the osteomalacia but .... ... (4 replies)
... I'm glad to hear that the Forteo helped you. Maybe that's the route I'll go. ... (3 replies)
Pardon My Brag
Jun 25, 2007
... July will be my 24th month on Forteo. No calcium supplementation. 50,000 IU of Vitamin D weekly and FORTEO! ... (30 replies)
... today my friends. I was watching a special on TV awhile ago and even though I live alone, when some of those stories I heard about soilders not makeing it home, and they would put their pictures up, I was sooooo moved that I saluted the pictures of the people who they put up on the screen. ... (4 replies)
Request Advice
Apr 8, 2005
... Osteoporosis does not cause bone pain unless there have been some compression fractures or actual fractures of the bones. However, osteomalacia which is a vitamin D deficiency, can and does cause bone and joint pain. Forteo is contraindicated if one has osteomalacia according to its literature. ... (7 replies)
... low risk for gum surgery and dead jaw syndrome. ... (5 replies)
... It was "just" after Forteo had been approved. ... (1 replies)
... the amount of muscle one has. Creatinine is a waste product, that is, it cannot be used by cells for any constructive purpose. The daily production of creatine, and subsequently creatinine, depends on muscle mass, which fluctuates little in most normal people over long periods of time. ... (10 replies)
Jun 23, 2005
... serum calcium and ionized calcium. One binds with the proteins in blood, the other is free of the proteins. ... (6 replies)
Calciums levels?
Aug 29, 2007
... On the vit d level though from personal experience I have had a difficult time getting a decent level there. ... (8 replies)
... along with other tests as well. I've got low vitamin d level which we are working on and slightly elevated serum calcium. The dr. ... (17 replies)
Apr 14, 2006
... I began taking Forteo within the past month. I am male, age 59. ... (1 replies)
... telopeptide and reference range and come up with reference numbers very close to what you indicated. The phone message from the dr. indicated my result was 75 and calcium in the normal range. On thurs. I can talk with the dr. and also get my vitamin d results. Because my other dr. ... (3 replies)
Any Advice?
Feb 20, 2004
... is an injectible med that is a bone works different than Actonel, Fosamax, Evista in that it builds bone instead of slowing down bone loss and letting the body build bone to catch up. There were some concerns with its safety, but most people understand the watchouts with using it. ... (11 replies)
... With Actonel some people get the GI side effects, i.e. acid reflux, stomach ache, and esophagus problems, which is why you have to stay upright for 30 minutes after taking it. ... (12 replies)

Pages: 1 ... 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ... 14

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 06:05 AM.

© 2022 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!