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... Thanks I will have my new doctor test me for vitamin D very soon. I just read about Dr. Holick and his work is amazing. ... (79 replies)
... If tablets are used, citrate or aspartate is better than carbonate. Vitamin D, magnesium, and a host of other minerals to enhance calcium absorption. ... (3 replies)
... in hip. However, I refused to go on the Fosomax they wanted to put me on. The only prescription other than my hrt that I tried was Miacalcin which helped slightly but I was on the spray and started having sinus issues so stopped. ... (4 replies)

... All of my bloodwork came back allright, no celiac, so that is good. Dr has me taking 1200 of calcium and 2000iu of Vitamin D. ... (2 replies)
Vitamin MK-7
Jan 6, 2009
... Thank you, girls. You are fantastic. This has been quite a journey and a very upsetting one at that. I guess it has me so perplexed as I have never had any kind of bone fracture-even under the most extreme circumstances. I have wondered if the dexascan was improperly (or purposely improperly) read. I guess that's a little bit of conspiracy theory coming out. Much of the... (23 replies)
... I didn't talk to my doctor, her nurse called and told me that's what the doctor wanted me to take. She never asked about any vitamins and I didn't think to ask at the time. (6 replies)
... ystem. I already have GERD and IBS. I went to my internist that I saw years ago in LA. He said I need something so he told me to research Forteo and gave me a prescription for Miacalcin. He said I need to continue taking 1500 mg of calcium and 800 mg of vitamin D. ... (8 replies)
... Wildflowers: I also have had heart problems with my electrical system (brief paroxysmal tachycardia), but I did not notice any increase from the Forteo. The side effects of Forteo which I did notice were: (a) very slight dizzyness, but not enough to worry about; (b) diarrhea, which seemed to be associated with injections on the left side of my abdomen, so I now only inject... (24 replies)
... Regarding supplements, I believe that CALCIUM CITRATE, together with MAGNESIUM CITRATE, and VITAMIN D is a good combination. Check with your doc, or nutritionist, about how much of this to take. ... (5 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)
... togtist ..she is known for her research in Osteoporosis, so I am very hopeful that this is an interest of hers ...she said that my results were fine, and that my Vitamin D level which had been down, was now "perfect" so that seems all okay, and also that all my xrays showed no fractures. ... (18 replies)
... f you see any trials with Forteo I would like to try to qualify. I live near Ottawa and have been on Fosamax for about five years, also took Actonel and calcium, Vitamin D of 1000 units and lots of weights and exercise. ... (10 replies)
... es prescribed, not to treat the condition itself but the pain that accompanies it. Mostly they say to use Motrin for pain relief. If I were you I would ask for a prescription for a stronger pain med to have for those times when an NSAID just isn't enough. ... (5 replies)
Feb 17, 2005
... high prescription levels of vitamin D in gel cap form. ... (121 replies)
... oumadin. If that's her reason, I can understand her fear, esp. since she's already had a stroke. She would need to keep her blood within a certain INR range, and vitamin K can play with that. ... (44 replies)
... and was totally beside myself with anxiety etc. I was willing to try anything other than prescription drugs! ... (10 replies)
... Take 2000 IU of Vitamin D3 every day. ... (6 replies)
... I'll add my welcome too, Nesbit; if my lumbar was as good as yours I'd be jumping for joy. Even with scores much worse than yours, I'm not taking any prescription medications (much to the dismay of my doctors). I second the suggestions to check out strontium and read "The Myth of Osteoporosis". You might also want to research Vitamin K2 (MK7); that's another thing I'm taking... (8 replies)
... Hi Spongebones; I share your frustration with expensive prescription medications-especially those that require injection-that don't deliver. I'm almost 52 and in great shape, doing all the right things etc. To look at me, you'd never think there is this insidious disease ravaging my bones. While I've never tried Forteo, I did almost a year of daily injections of hGh (human... (7 replies)
... are taking strontium and vitamin K2. ... (6 replies)

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