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... Sorry to hear you are having problems. I also have problems from being on Actonel for 6 weeks. The past 6 weeks since stopping Actonel has been a nightmare. ... (5 replies)
... life of 300 days. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry to hear that you are having joint pain. I have just started back on Actonel after the two years on Forteo. I had taken Actonel previously for a year before starting Forteo and fortunately had no problems with it, so I am hoping it will be the same this time. ... (18 replies)

... years. What we don't know for sure, is if the testing used by each company was the same to determine half life. ... (18 replies)
... Please keep watch on your feet. Find out all you can about "Plantar Fasciitis" and Plantar Aponeurosis. I firmly believe the Actonel caused inflammation in my feet and weakened the Plantar Facia and then tears occured causing the pain. ... (5 replies)
Effects of fosamax
May 17, 2005
... STOP......DON'T TAKE ANOTHER PILL, you are having a reaction to Fosamax and it can be very serious. Breathing problem is one of the symptoms and you can land in ER. ... (2 replies)
... life of ten years. I'm not sure about Actonel, but just heard it's 480 hours. ... (5 replies)
... You see, it lingers quite a while...and that's the understatement of the century! ... (5 replies)
... If you were able to tolerate fosomax I would think actonel would be a good choice, as far as side effects go. ... (7 replies)
... are under the classification of Biophosphonates and one of the side effects can be joint pain. ... (18 replies)
... life is quite long. Yes, I like the idea of just continuing the Vit. D, calcium and exercise. ... (8 replies)
Strontium Ranelate
May 23, 2005
... Thanks for the info. Mary, how long did it take for Actonel to get out of your system? ... (6 replies)
T-score of 2.0
Jan 19, 2006
... life of ten years. That means it stays in your body for that long even if you stop taking it. ... (13 replies)
... t mention that you've heard that taking a medication holiday at 5 years is something other drs are doing. I know that some drs feel you'll be on it for the rest of your life, but I wouldn't want to do that. ... (3 replies)
... Actonel is not alendronate its Risedronate. Alendronate is fosamax. I think the study has to do with the half life of fosamax being 10 years. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. ... (5 replies)
... The half life of fosamax is 10 years. That means every 10 years whatever is in your bones is reduced by one half. ... (5 replies)
... I took Actonel (Risedronate) 30mg per day for 8 weeks. I asked my Consultant from Royal National Ortho. Hospital in London how long it stays active in body and he said 1/2 life 5 years. Not sure if dose makes a difference ? (5 replies)
... HI Nacita, when i decided to stop after a few months i just stopped and within a week the minor side effects i was feeling went away. Actenol has a half life of 480 hours, so it out of your system in less than a month, much quicker than fosomax which can stay in your body for up to 10 years. ... (3 replies)
... I took fosamax 7 weeks, then 7 weeks off , then forteo. I can't imagine waiting 7 weeks would make any difference though, as the half life of fosamax is over 10 years. ... (14 replies)
... spine fractures than those taking fosamax. Based on these findings they believe that actonel works faster than fosamax for preventing fractures. ... (9 replies)


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