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20 with osteopenia
Jan 11, 2003
... rays and bone scans, I was found to have atleast 3 stress fractures. There was no explaination for the fracures. After months of different tests, a bone density was finally done. ... (19 replies)
... I have been having terrible spine pain, mainly when standing or sitting. I have read several articles that say that there is no pain associated with osteopenia. My bone loss came on suddenly after taking the medication accutane. I don't think that i have any fractures. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome... Just about everyone here has either osteopenia or porosis, do you have any specific questions, that we could help with? ... (6 replies)

... months to heal. I had some pain on and off in both feet around where the stress fractures were for a few months after. ... (0 replies)
... I have been having pain ever since. My doctor first told me give it 4 weeks and you will be ok. The 6th week I was still in pain and he ordered more xrays and the fracture had not healed. ... (3 replies)
... I'm a bit anxious about all that is going on with my bones right now. ... (4 replies)
... h it means to me to have someone to talk to that knows about this... See I was told I have Osteoporosis by my Dr..I am soo glad my numbers aren't that bad and it is just Osteopenia range... I feel better already lol! ... (23 replies)
... There have been many, many reports of joint and muscle pain from taking Fosamax, Actonel, and Boniva. I tried both Fosamax and Actonel and experienced joint pain with Actonel. Unfortunately, all osteo drugs, including Forteo, caused me to have severe insomnia so I had to stop taking all of them. ... (18 replies)
... I have pain in my lower, mid and upper back. ... (7 replies)
... Please read my posts under calcium and kidney stones. There is a great deal of information we are not receiving from our doctors that I have had to learn on my own. ... (30 replies)
... months, it eased up, and it's now gone. Sometimes ya just have to suffer a bit with meds...but they good they do outweighs the bad. ... (23 replies)
... eo for almost two years now and the improvement has been near to miraculous. I have gone from five spontaneous compression fractures to having scores back in the osteopenia range. ... (9 replies)
Fosomax is Poison
Apr 12, 2006
... he doctor who's care he was under should have made this VERY clear to him and TOLD him to tell him if he had any of these symptoms. Also, cancer of the esophagus is NOT a direct common side effect of bisphosphonates. Of course, this could have been caused by the continued severe ulceration. ... (36 replies)
... This is an extremely rare syndrome. I'm posting a lot here hoping to help someone else down the road or catch someone's attention who's had some success with this. It took months to get a diagnosis and I'm not looking forward to the next six months based on the last year. ... (31 replies)
... I was diagnosed with osteopenia about 5 months ago. My DEXA results where 1.9 in spine and 1. ... (3 replies)
... first step. Unfortunately, most people think that osteoporosis and osteopenia is something that doesn't occur until your much older than you, which isn't always the case. ... (14 replies)
... Hi! I wouldn't necessarily rule out the chiropractor yet, at least until you have further testing done. I too am diagnosed with osteopenia, age 41, and am premenopausal, small frame, with strong family history. ... (5 replies)
... I just wanted to tell you that I will get back to you by the weekend at the lastest, because I'm swamped right now with my med problems and a myriad of tests that I have to complete. So hang in there, and don't get worried, I'm sure it will all be figured out. ... (7 replies)
... I have been reading, with great interest, these posts. My wife is also small, has rheumatoid arthritis, some scoliolsis, osteopenia, and suffers death with back pain! Ever since a rear end collision last April, her pain and problems have worsened. ... (11 replies)
... So, yes, you can have osteopenia on one test and be totally okay on another test. Therefore, it pays to shop around for the best results. ... (4 replies)


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