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... Hi Osteo: Thanks so much for the congrats!!!! I really felt like I was going to collapsed today:mad: My therapists are very supportive, I was referring to friends and family who don't have a clue what it's like... My husband is good about encouragement, but he's one of those quiet types that doesn't say a whole lot, but you can see the concern in his face when I scheduled... (20 replies)
... DesertBloom- Probably you have now finished your week of pt. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!:) With my limited experience in pt , I know it takes all you have got to keep plugging away. And, that especially in your case , your gains are very hard won. I hope your therapist is supportive , I think that can make a world of difference. I realize though ,being out a ways from a large metro... (20 replies)
... You might try going on the Alz. Disease and Dementia message board to ask about the Forteo. I go on that board occasionally and all kinds of medication questions are asked and answered. ... (6 replies)

... One theory I have heard about emaciation in the elderly is that there is a change in their sense of taste and food then loses its appeal. And, as we have said weight is so important to keep on for our bones. When I look at our parents generation , to me the way that they eat is so dull and tasteless that it doesn't surprise me that they lose interest. And, some people in... (13 replies)
... I will try again tonight with the article. At the end of your message you said "it does sound very promising" I am not sure what you are referring to.....was it the section in the article about sequential? ... (21 replies)
... I still have some bone pain. It is just better than it was. I am sure that it takes awhile. Hang in there. I left you another message on another thread. ... (80 replies)
... me renewed hope that not all is lost, and that I just need to keep searching for a treatment that is effective for me. I am definitely going to comb through this message board to read prior posts and follow up on the links mentioned. I had no idea that osteo was that prevalent in younger and younger people these days. ... (13 replies)
... n early age. But, I am hoping that the doctors will figure out your situation and that you will be able to get effective treatment. DesertBloom, wrote you a good message and you may want to check what she recently wrote to JJ95 a few days ago about questions to ask the doctor. ... (13 replies)
... zorb from this message board and decided to try it. ... (13 replies)
... plements, going to the gym, swimming, and changing my diet may have stopped my bone loss, but the biggest reason I have not incurred additional bone loss is this message board and all the great advice I have received from all of you, so thank you, thank you, thank you, I can't say it enough!!!! ... (13 replies)
Nov 30, 2007
... Sorry-this is my first attempt to post a message. I have a friend who is going to have Kypho and would love to chat with someone who has walked that road. She posted a Thread under Kyphoplasty. (5 replies)
... Yeah but then I've read that stomach cancer is on the rise in China!:dizzy: (14 replies)
... thanks for your replies.i've read a book about the acid / aklaine issue surrounding this disease by a dr jane plant.very intresting and quite controversial at the time i read it,going againt conventional medical thinking of the time. in a nut shell she believes acid inducing foods (cheese ,red meat, egg yolks and other meats and grains to a lesser extent) all contribute to... (14 replies)
... thank you both for your helpful and thoughtful responses. This is the reason I have become an avid fan of this message board. ... (13 replies)
... After writing my last message to you , I did some research on kyphoplasty. ... (13 replies)
... Elaine-You too have provided alot of food for thought. Glad you have come to this board !I know what you mean about being so submerged in a health issue that you don't see the others going on,sometimes it is just too much. That is one of the reasons these boards are so helpful - other people can help you brainstorm about your situation. Or, just reading about their situation,... (11 replies)
... Thanks Phylwill and Sona.... I find this Osteoporosis message board a great help. Not many of my friends have OP so it is not something that I generally talk to them about .... ... (16 replies)
... Ha! Ha! Ha! :dizzy: That was good for a laugh. I am on this board to share community and information, as most of us are. There was a time when I posted more frequently, but until I get my next DEXA scan I won't have more to say about my own progress (or lack thereof). An old message thread discussing my condition, therapies and progress is at... (16 replies)
... tely right. Must fix. Must fix. Unfortunately, we've all been brainwashed. At least some of us here are seeking to go in a different direction though. That's the message we have to get out. ... (10 replies)
... Wow starfish - I'm impressed with your exercise regime. I decided I was too scared to ski so did cross country skiing last winter but I wasn't a very good skier in the first place - we don't have much snow in the UK! I manage to get to the gym 3-4 times a week and use the cross trainer which is like cross country skiing I think. Do you know if this is good for building bone... (19 replies)

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