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... That is the central point from which the pain spreads throughout my back and my hips, as I feel it. So I feel it the most intense in the lumbar spine, as this would be the central point of the pain. ... (11 replies)
... Dexa results 1.9 spine 1. ... (11 replies)
... I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I had a total hysterectomy in 2001 due to severe endometriosis after countless attempts to get rid of it. Best decision ever. In 2009 I was diagnosed with hypothyroid and my Dr. started me on a generic Synthroid 50 MCG one tablet in the morning on an empty stomach. At that same time, I had my first DEXA scan done and was... (4 replies)

... hello all. My 13 year old son was diagnosed with osteopenia a few weeks ago. Ran a DEXA scan, only z scores reported. ... (2 replies)
Mar 5, 2011
... our primary doc about possibly getting a bone density. Takes 15 minutes and you just lie on a table. It will tell you if you have the same problem in your hip or lumbar spine. Feet are not that reliable for bone density. ... (3 replies)
May 1, 2008
... female 49 taking vitiamin d/with calicum because my vitiam d was low results as indicated how bad is it THE TOTAL BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN THE LUMBAR SPINE REGION L1-L4 IS 0.927 GM/CM2 WITH A T SCORE OF -1.1 TOTAL BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF THE RIGHT HIP IS 0.753 GM/CM2 WITH A T-SCORE OF -1.6. OF NOTE IS THE FEMORAL NECK SHOWING A BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF 0.628 GM/CM2... (3 replies)
Osteopenia and HRT
Oct 27, 2010
... My lumbar spine has decrease by 9. ... (9 replies)
... I took a bone denistometry test. but have not been told results. can you help. t score left hip -2.95 t score lumbar spine -0.82 bone densiy 968mg centimeter t score lunbar spine -0.82 bone desity 641 mg centimeter t score -2.95 left hip (2 replies)
... HI younggranny, I've been taking strontium citrate for almost 5 years and YES, it has helped. I have seen gains in both hips and lumbar spine. Without knowing her scores taking strontium can help get her numbers closer to the "normal" range. ... (3 replies)
Nov 9, 2008
... It might. I wonder the same thing since I have chronic low back pain and my most recent T scores in the lumbar spine were -1.5. I'm also pretty young (38). Bummer that there's not more information out there on oeteopenia in the younger populations. (1 replies)
... More details: Left femoral neck: BMD: .77 grams/cm2 % young normals: 83% % age match: 86% T score: -1.2 Lumbar Spine: BMD: .94 grams/cm2 (10 replies)
... I thought the higher the number the more bone loss on the Dexa score, so I'm a bit confused. If this is correct than your left femur score has increased slightly indicating more, not less, bone loss. I may be incorrect on the information you are presenting. I hope so. That anything has decreased is certainly something to celebrate, though! That you are also doing weight... (17 replies)
... The lumbar spine has increased from 1.105 BDM to 1. ... (17 replies)
... from the lumbar spine are not utilized in this assessment. ... (4 replies)
... I've been taking strontium for over a year now, ever since the DEXA I had done in August 2006 showed osteoporosis in my lumbar spine and hip. ... (16 replies)
... Such an interesting thread! I wanted to post to it because I too have been taking strontium (in its citrate form) for 13 months now, ever since my DEXA last July came back with a DX of osteopenia in my hip and lumbar spine (-2.0) and osteoporosis in my lateral lumbar spine (-2.6). It was a significant leap down from the bone density of the year before that, and it shocked... (44 replies)
... Osteopenia at Lumbar Spine. Osteoperosis femoral neck. ... (10 replies)
... I was diagnosed with osteopenia about 5 months ago. My DEXA results where 1.9 in spine and 1. ... (3 replies)
... it was just a strain and doubted the compression fracture. I decided to go on light duty at work to help my body heal. However, the pain worsened. I went to a Spine doctor and had the worst experience...He pretty much dismissed me as a young guy just wanting to get out of work. ... (4 replies)
... T and Z scores that you can read, but your score means you have osteopenia, not osteoporosis. You can read about the differences between the two, but basically, osteopenia means you have bone loss, which is normal for most people over 30. ... (4 replies)

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