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... which represents mild to moderate osteopenia. ... (4 replies)
Osteopenia
Mar 25, 2007
... I was diagnosed with moderate osteopenia like a year and half ago. I want to say that i panicked in the begining then now i'm not worried anymore. I know I won't break apart. ... (4 replies)
... according to proctor and gamble the makers of actonel they have done clinical tirals with pre menopausal women with steroid induced osteoperosis and it was fda approved for both post and pre menopausal women .but before you start taking it they recommend a blood test to check for low serum calcium..as for fosamax no clinical trials were done on any one other than post... (7 replies)

... t score of -1 to 1.5 borderline to mild osteopenia t score of -1.5 to 2.0 mild to moderate osteopenia t score of -2.0 and greater moderate to sever osteopenia greater than 2.5 is osteoperosis (2 replies)
PLEASE HELP ME
Jun 19, 2002
... i am very sorry to read your post ..for you and for me as well.i just started evista 6 weeks ago after not being able to tolerate either actonel or fosamax..so i really hate to hear that it didnt rebuild or at least stop your bone loss..all i know as fare a numbers go is this... t score -1 to -1.5 borderline to mild osteopenia -1.5 to -2.0 mild to moderate osteopenia... (9 replies)
... t score of -1 to-1.5 is borderline to mild osteopenia t score of -1.5 to -2.0 is mild to moderate osteopenia t score of -2.0 to -2.5 is severe osteopenia osteopenia is the precurson to osteoperosis t score of greater than -2.5 is osteoperosis (4 replies)
Osteopenia
Dec 19, 2007
... who want to require people to take it. In my view, some may need it and benefit from it, but from what I've read I would say that for osteopenia it would usually not be the first choice as there are other ways of addressing moderate bone loss. Why did you stop taking Actonel? ... (1 replies)
Normal?
Oct 11, 2006
... I had yesterday a bone hell density scan at the health fair at work, same one I had last year where i showed up with osteopenia . ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for posting back to me with the chart. I got the numbers over the phone from the nurse and she was talking so fast I probably wrote the total number down wrong. Do you think my osteo is really bad? What do you think the Dr will give me? My appointment isn't until 1/26 and I am very scared about this. Also I am sore in the lower back and hip. Could this be... (6 replies)
... -1 to -1.5 is mild osteopenia -1.5 to -2.0 is moderate osteopenia -2.0 to -2.5 is severe osteopenia and over -2.5 is osteoperosis i dont understand how your total is -1.35 if none of your readings are below -2. (6 replies)
... I am 44 years old and have just been diagnosed with Osteoporosis... Not Osteopenia. A little over a year and a half ago I was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome. I currently have radiating pain in my left leg behind the thigh, that I believe is sciatica. It is starting to extend to my lower calf. During the day, the pain is becoming more noticeable. At night, it is just... (0 replies)
... I am 44 years old and have just been diagnosed with Osteoporosis... Not Osteopenia. A little over a year and a half ago I was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome. I currently have radiating pain in my left leg behind the thigh, that I believe is sciatica. It is starting to extend to my lower calf. During the day, the pain is becoming more noticeable. At night, it is just... (2 replies)
... I am an asian ethnic group with a height of 5"2 and 130lbs I have some moderate disc herination in my lumbar L4-L5 Just recently I was diagnosed with Osteopenia with a -2.0 S.D I am now taking prescribed calcium supplements, and going to start fosamax I am a smoker and now gradually cutting down to quit in the near future Do I still have hope to rebuild my bones to the... (4 replies)
... My hip has never been too bad, usually just shows mild to moderate osteopenia. The report says severe osteopenia in wards triangle. ... (10 replies)
... there is another alternative besides fosamax actonel and miacalcin..and that is evista..it is for post menopausal women only...it carries the risk of blood clots.but i have been on it for one year..it gives me vivid dreams but no other side effects that i know of..i just had a bone density scan done a few weeks ago..it has slowed my bone loss ..when i had my scan in 2002 it... (8 replies)
... Hi there. I'm another one NOT taking prescription ''anything''. This was my own personal decision. I AM on supplements, however. I take a combination of calcium citrate (citrate is the best for absorption), 1000 mg, combined with magnesium, 500 mg (magnesium is EXTREMELY important, some even think it may be MORE important than calcium), and 600 iu vitamin d. I started... (15 replies)
HRT cancer news
Apr 24, 2007
... I am happy to report that today I ripped off the patch!!! The Vivelle-Dot patch, that is (an estrogen-only patch). This is what my endocrinologist put me on last August when lab work came back showing I was postmenopausal. This was her prescription for prevention of osteoporosis (I have moderate osteopenia now at age 45). I made a decision to go hormone-free and simply try... (29 replies)
... I've recently called the endocrinologist I had seen two weeks ago for test results. I am 41, premenopausal, with mild to moderate osteopenia. She did a panel of labs including hormones, thyroid, etc. etc. ... (11 replies)
... I've read a lot of good info about progesterone cream. That triggered a question. I had my uterus out at age 29 (I'm now 41 with moderate osteopenia). There have always been lots of emphasis put on the risk of bone loss after menopause, because of the ovaries stopping the production of estrogen. I still have my ovaries, and so figured I was not affected in that way,... (6 replies)
... i have moderate osteopenia..the dr who read my bone density scan told me that means my risk of fracture is increased four to sixfold ... ... (11 replies)




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