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... yone might be able to help me understand where to go from where I am now. I am turning 32 next week. I am married and have two small children. I have been a stay at home Mother for many years and my life is all about my family. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Ghost HIP :wave: I had never heard of this before, so I did a search and found little info on the web. The threads here came up with this - which you probably have read: 5/24/2005 Interesting. I keep learning. Sounds like the British NHS is a bit like Medicare USA. If you don't have private insurance you won't get the same care. :nono: Ridiculous!!! And... (9 replies)
... I was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis at 50...I'm 67 this year. ... (0 replies)

Osteopena
Sep 16, 2008
... However...osteoporosis can cause pain! I'm a good example! I was first diagnosed with "Severe Osteoporosis" at 50 when I broke my heel from a 12" fall off a utility stool. ... (2 replies)
... e. I've had no side effects and feel its a safe alternative to what's offered now. I also take calcium, magnesium, D3. fish oil and a multivitamin for the over 50 crowd. I walk most days and do weight training a few times a week. ... (9 replies)
... GHT kill some stray cells that MIGHT have gotten out. I was against it, but they scared me into it. Because of that, I went into early menopause and now I have osteoporosis at 49. I am so happy to read what that acupuncturist said because I do feel great and my bones do not hurt. In fact, I feel very strong. ... (10 replies)
... I have been trying to read on what is good for bone building...I don't know if I can take to much stuff or not...My legs hurt mostly at the knees. They hurt when I sit with them bent for very long. They don't hurt as much if I am up moving. They actually feel better when I walk a lot. ... (23 replies)
... It takes a while to find just the right dose but when you do you'll feel good. I'm 56, but was dx with Graves at 50 and osteo at 53. I've never talked to a physical therapist about what to. I've always liked walking and working out so i've just done what i want pretty much. ... (23 replies)
... I hope you find this helpful, but at least it will give you a good basis for knowledge, at this point. ... (7 replies)
... Shot in the dark, but osteoporosis isn't common at your age, and can be caused by hyperparathyroidism. ... (11 replies)
... and came from a paper that he had comparing the BMD values for DEXA and QCT, and had figures comparing women at age 25, 35, 45, 55, 65, and 75 years of age who had both scans done. ... (12 replies)
Ostiopenia at 41
Jan 3, 2006
... score compares you with a normal young woman at the peak of her bone density. ... (8 replies)
... least 55 years of age and at least one year since their last menstruation. ... (1 replies)
... there's no side effects and at this point I have nothing to lose". ... (10 replies)
... And, how many 50 and 60 year old women do you see walking around in casts? ... (13 replies)
... I've had so many fractures I've lost count. I just started perimenopause within the last six months. Was diagnosed with osteoporosis at age 42, when my allergist noticed my loss in height. My PCP sent me for a DEXA scan, which confirmed it. ... (7 replies)
... lways been active, I work out 3 times a week mostly body weight and kettle bells plus run regularly. I actually run a 17 km Spartan obstacle race last fall. My osteoporosis is considered severe, and my specialist gave me the choice of prolia or forteo, he seemed to lean in favor of forteo. ... (2 replies)
... Anyway, I wanted to share what I have looked at on the topic of hrt and osteo. Also, someone at another board asked me a question and this will serve as sort of a response regarding her question which concerns use of the menostar patch. ... (22 replies)
... veterinarians and seminars on canine health topics, etc. Because of the Crohn's disease I would not even consider an oral bisphosphonate and at the time was not aware there were IV infusable bisphosphonates. So, I really looked into Forteo as a future consideration. ... (24 replies)
... hat rocker is exactly what my physical therapist told me to use. Phyllis I have always always used my back when doing mulch, transplanting etc. and I would bend at the waist more often than not. Donna my P.T. ... (13 replies)


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