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... sday it will be exactly 4 weeks. It's interesting to hear all the differnt opinions of the different docs, mine said he thought fosamax was better that actonel, and he also said I could take the 35mg dose instead of the 70mg. ... (21 replies)
... After using Forteo for 1 year, my bone density improved only slightly and my T scores remain very low. ... (8 replies)
... d the least successful drug on the market. Miacalcin was the very first drug developed in the early 90s for osteoporosis. After Miacalcin, Fosamax was developed, and at that time the premier drug for osteoporosis. ... (9 replies)

Forteo
Feb 22, 2005
... My rheumatologist ordered all the labs before I started Forteo but my GP actually wrote the prescription because I had an appointment with him immediately after my lab results were in. ... (121 replies)
... I'm 53 and was diagonsed with Osteoporosis almost a year ago. After a lot of tests for calcium and vitamin D. The doctor put me on Forteo. I have been on that for almost 3 months now. My hips are 3.1 and he said my spine wasn't that bad. ... (13 replies)
... Well, I tried to check the vit. d link you posted earlier, but for some weird reason my registration didn't go through. Each time I created a password, they said it was ''invalid''. ... (27 replies)
... Also are you taking a daily amount of vitamin d on top of that? ... (17 replies)
... this is kind of complicated, but i think i know what has been causing my troubles and i'd like your input. ... (9 replies)
... What you can view from that is very limited though. I did get further information from the library on this . The back and forth included the vit d specialist, also Dr. ... (20 replies)
... et the max of 60 ng a day of sun how could you still be deficient unless something else is causing it like pth etc. Has any dr ever told you, you don't need vit d because of where you live? ... (27 replies)
... Thanks for responding, Taape. Wow! 50,000 IU of vitamin D daily? ... (2 replies)
... Thank you so much for your thoughtful and quick response. Sometimes it seems that we "laypeople" can often help each other more than some of those in the medical profession. ... (5 replies)
Forteo Or Not...
Dec 4, 2006
... I am 55 yrs old and was diagnosed at 53 with severe osteoporosis. ... (2 replies)
... oard, or EZORB, so not familiar with any of that. I was diagnosed with osteopenia 3 years ago, but was told that if I have periods I have estrogen, take calcium and don't worry about it. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you for the follow up. I saw an expert in the osteo field, he is mostly involved in research, and he said that the flaw with the dexa is that it didn't test quality. ... (33 replies)
Very Low D
May 21, 2007
... My doctor has me on prescription Vitamin D. ... (14 replies)
... I also had my last scan done on a different machine, they said newer and digital and much better but you too had great results for 10 months!! You have to be somewhat excited about that. ... (10 replies)
... nd vitamin D is the thing that transports the calcium to the bone, so those two are crucial together for that reason, unless you have some problems with your Vit D or Cal levels. ... (15 replies)
... I take 2,000 iu a day. My dr. could not find the reason for my osteoporosis, and has indicated it's idiopathic, no known cause. I had all the blood tests to see if I had celiac, and they all came back negative. The dr. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you so much for your helpful response. I will follow the links and look into the various methods you used. ... (24 replies)




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