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... After only 2 Fosamax, I developed jaw pain. So I stopped taking it. It took close to a year for it to get better. ... (2 replies)
... I took Fosamax for over 3 years due to Osteopenia. Developed jaw pain and went to a different doctor. He said that Fosamax causes "nasty hip fractures" and said to stop and take calcium and exercise. Fosamax can also kill the jaw bone. Look on the net. ... (22 replies)
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... I have been reading the side effects of fosamax and they do not sound very good, wondering if I should put this stuff in my body. ... (15 replies)
... We are a couple just turned 60. Five years ago my wife started to worry about her bones as her mother was shrinking and the doctors said it was too late for but her daughtere should start Fosamax. ... (3 replies)
... Everyone on Fosamax, be sure to tell your dentist that you are on it. After taking only 2, I started having jaw pain, so stopped taking it. My sister was on Actonel and got a bleeding ulcer, found by a routine CBC that showed low Hg and Hct and iron. ... (58 replies)
... I was just diagnosed with osteoporosis and my doctor wants me to do the IV Reclast. I was ok with it until I got back to the computer and did some research. WHOA! ... (9 replies)
... appened to me a few years ago I would have probably filled any prescription my doc gave me without batting an eyelid. Today I'm smarter!! I refused to fill the Fosamax prescription, and my doc was not too happy with me, but that's ok, HE'S NOT FEELING SIDE EFFECTS! ... (58 replies)
Sternum Pain
Apr 14, 2007
... The symptoms you are having are common for some on fosamax, and the other bisphosphonates as well. I took actonel for a little over a year, and it caused bone pain, but it only lasted for 10 seconds or so, but it happened many times during the day, so in my case it was tolerable. ... (2 replies)
Fosomax is Poison
Apr 12, 2006
... Bisphosphonates are not new...Actonel 7years Fosamax 12 years..... ... (36 replies)
Fosomax is Poison
Apr 12, 2006
... Actually, if aspirin was brought to the FDA for approval these days, it would never get approval...mainly because of GI ulcers. (36 replies)
Fosomax is Poison
Feb 16, 2006
... I'm glad that your husband and grandmother are perfectly fine. I wonder just how long they've been on Fosamax. ... (36 replies)
Fosamax
Nov 16, 2012
... I took Fosamax for about 3 years and developed pain in my jaw. At this point I had a different MD and he had me stop it and continue with Calcium. He said reserch showed that Fosamax causes nasty hip fractures. I had done a lot of reserch and stopped it. ... (6 replies)
... I, too, went through what you and Glowing are going thru due to a kidney stone. ... (11 replies)
Fosomax Warning
Aug 10, 2007
... Every day over the course of this summer I am so, so thankful that I did not take Fosamax or any of the other drugs. ... (13 replies)
... I've tried both Fosamax and Actonel. ... (12 replies)
... joint pain risk. She has enough trouble as it is. Do you have any suggestions on other options? ... (4 replies)
... I started on Boniva and had bad side effects almost immediately. At the time, I didn't know that my symptoms were related to biophosphonates. ... (7 replies)
... I had almost the same side effects on Actonel, and due to other med probs I had to stop and start it several times. The first time I was on it for a little over a year, I had the stomach and bone pain reactions. ... (1 replies)
Boniva
Nov 9, 2006
... I've never taken Boniva, but I have taken Actonel which is almost the same drug as well as Fosamax. All of these bone meds are bisphosphonates and they do have side effects, but I'm not sure which one your worried about. ... (1 replies)




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