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... I thank you in advance and so does my husband. ... (22 replies)
... head with Forteo and compared blood calcium levels of the two, which were about the same. ... (2 replies)
... I found the info on Ostabolin but it does not mention whether or not it can cause osteosarcoma like Forteo. ... (22 replies)

... when you begin treatment with teriparatide injection and each time you refill your prescription. Read the information carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions. ... (1 replies)
... when you begin treatment with teriparatide injection and each time you refill your prescription. Read the information carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions. ... (6 replies)
... times the daily dose than humans, and they also rec'd it for their entire lives. ... (17 replies)
... that move back and forth so you are pushing and pulling. ... (18 replies)
... Each Forteo pen comes with three inserts. One of the inserts has the black box warning and tons of information. I've done a lot of research and talked to doctors about this drug. Most of you know about my fractures .... so that played a big part in me deciding to start the injections. ... (13 replies)
... There usually aren't any limits on these plans unless she has one I'm not familiar with. Yes, you take forteo for 2 years. ... (8 replies)
... Wow, you're very lucky then. Coverage varies between insurers and it looks like you have a good one. ... (7 replies)
... D Just making a general philosophical point. I will never be a candidate for Forteo myself. I don't know what information is routinely given by doctors, but I read that a medication guide with more detail must accompany each prescription. ... (13 replies)
Newly Diagnosed
Oct 8, 2006
... I agree with taape on the Forteo, I'm wondering why the doc put you on oral boniva with your malabsortion problems and surgery. You did mean you are on the once monthly oral boniva, correct, or am I wrong? ... (15 replies)
... Hi Mrs. Wings. Welcome to the board. I'm so sorry to hear about your multiple health problems and your pain. You will find these boards a great place to learn about all of the latest therapies for osteoporosis. ... (14 replies)
... I take Forteo and have had wonderful results. ... (17 replies)
... Correct the FDA has not studied its use beyond 2 years, although I have heard of people that have taken it longer than that, it depends on your dr. and I suppose your response to it. ... (4 replies)
... I'd be interested to know why he said that, because Evista is a SERM just like tamoxifen. If tamox was okay for you, why isn't Evista? Have you had DVT or other blood clot problems? You SHOULD wonder. You should ask your onc if he has read Forteo's maker Eli Lilly's statement that says: "The drug should not be prescribed for patients at increased baseline risk for... (6 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Nov 7, 2005
... Thanks for your kind reply taape. I am so glad both you and your friend are benfiting from the Forteo. I hope your scores keep getting better. ... (10 replies)
... I have posted this before but will do it again to offer some insight to others. Here is what is being said about Forteo at PubHedalth. I can't imagine the benefit risk ratio being positive for Forteo after reading this. ... (4 replies)
... we are not good candidates for this. I did not have radiation after my mastectomy but did see the radiation oncologist. She said they used cobalt back then and did not measure it. I called her when I was interested in Forteo and she said flat out NO. ... (34 replies)
... have read and heard, I don't want to take those. ... (3 replies)




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