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... My wife had severe muscle pain from Prolia, so bad she could not stand it and decided not to continue after the second injection. It made her life miserable. We found out that this is a known side effect for some patients. She is now on Evenity, another bone density drug, and is tolerating it well. Jim (usually on the prostate cancer board) (2 replies)
... is the most concerning to me. It's such a huge shift from the other 2. Does South Alabama have an osteoporosis clinic? ... (7 replies)
... Any and all....if it shows an aggregate score that is good. Above -2.5 is considered osteoporosis. (7 replies)

... 72 y/o female w/osteoporosis - have tried every drug in the world and still shrinking - Dr proposes a new one but side effects terrify me. Have been tested in more ways than I can count and although Calcium levels are right in the middle of "normal" and I am being told that my body does not absorb calcium to build bone. I exercise, eat right and am considered to be in... (7 replies)
... age of bone loss before Osteoporosis. If you have Osteopenia you should take precautions to prevent this loss from turning into Osteoporosis. The treatments for Osteoporosis are almost identical to Osteopenia treatment. ... (7 replies)
... Just read Gillian Sanson's THE MYTH OF OSTEOPOROSIS (What Every Woman Should Know About Creating Bone Health) - 2003 Edition. You will never touch ANY "medication"... Sanson's website is worth checking out: http://www.gilliansanson.com/ .... Reading all the mesages on this board, I realized that I must highlight some of the information in this book... (0 replies)
... Recently, I was diagnosed with advanced osteoporosis, equivalent to that of an 80-90 year old woman. A devastating, traumatic experience (as served up for me by the doctors, technicans etc involved), considering that I live on the healthiest diet possible, do yoga every day, walk or run miles daily, bike upto 60 miles regularly during the summer and even lift some weight.. I... (72 replies)
... I researched further and saw that there are in fact several recent books in which Inflammation is discussed and Osteoporosis is in the title. ... (2 replies)
Osteoporosis penia
Jul 22, 2007
... Does your mother have both osteoporosis and osteopenia? ... (1 replies)
... Dexa scan 2 years ago I was told my osteoporosis was only slight, and as I had finished the steroid treatment there was a chance the osteoporosis could be reversed. ... (9 replies)
... eaten a well balanced diet and added additional calcium a few years back. I have ZERO history of osteoporosis in my family anywhere. So, where does that lead? ... (23 replies)
... decrease exercise,have more body fat and have higher estrogen levels and..... I believe decrease risk of osteoporosis or osteoporotic fracture.This study didn't go into the osteoporosis angle ....but I believe we know the decreased estrogen levels increase risk of osteoporosis. ... (5 replies)
... from last year was taken for both the hand and wrist, but I don't know. I found it strange that she was not even told by the therapists or doctors that she has osteoporosis in her hands after they tested her last year! ... (2 replies)
... which is the way I think. It's a word that means one thing to one person and something else entirely to someone else. Most people have no clue what severe osteoporosis is anyway. ... (18 replies)
... Hi everyone, I am about to start taking my forteo injections on July 12th, I have been told I have severe osteoporosis, what is the difference between having osteoporosis and having severe osteoporosis? ... (18 replies)
... So, it could be that the diagnosis of osteoporosis may be the person's first evidence of their celiac disease. ... (4 replies)
... The "2002 Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Osteoporosis in Canada" issued by the "Scientific Advisory Council of the Osteoporosis Society of Canada" included an examination of the evidence regarding ipriflavone. ... (12 replies)
... thinning osteoporosis appears to prevent spine and hip fractures even though it is given only once a year, eliminating the need for a strict daily pill regimen, preliminary data show. ... (13 replies)
... I have no problems I can trace to osteoporosis, just the normal aches and pains of aging. I don't avoid any physical activity except for I won't do headstands in yoga class, but that's about it. The physical problems I have right now are a constant shoulder and upper backache - probably due to poor posture at my computer for many years - which I am trying to treat through... (4 replies)
... I'm not big on meds, and kind of think meds are to blame for the rapid progression of the disease here. It's quite suspicious that the Osteoporosis coincides with the Sjogren's diagnosis and use of Plaquinil to treat. ... (0 replies)




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