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... I just took out a few books from the library on weight bearing exercises for osteoporosis and osteopenia prevention and they look great. I'm definitely going to try them both. ... (0 replies)
... would like to be sure to do good weight bearing exercises. Any ideas? ... (3 replies)
... No other help. Walking is an issue for me right now because I am having SI Joint problems and lower back. ... (3 replies)

Osteopenia
Mar 25, 2007
... Hi Nightangel! I so admire you for taking a stand and going for weight bearing exercises now while you are still young. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for responding to my post, phyllis. Do you walk 4.2 mph with the poles? ... (10 replies)
... My vit D and calcium levels were normal. I was told to take calcium and do my weight bearing exercises and to come back in a year for another scan. ... (2 replies)
... I am premenopausal, age 41. I was in the office for no more than three minutes and she said she wanted to put me on Fosamax. ... (7 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. ... (3 replies)
... do weight bearing exercises, eat right, keep a good weight, and drink lots and lots of water. ... (15 replies)
... My mother has severe osteoporosis and fosomax did nothing for her. She subsequently learned that fosomax, actinol, etc. don't reverse osteoporosis. They just stave it off. In her case, it didn't even do that. ... (26 replies)
... is pretty good for your family history. ... (10 replies)
... These behavior changes above aren't just for people with low bone mineral density..they're beneficial for most people. But talk to your doctor first before starting any new exercise routine. ... (4 replies)
... your doc says you don't have it, there are many good govt. websites that could help to explain this, if you do indeed have it. National Osteo Found, Foundation for Osteo Research and Education, National Inst. ... (7 replies)
... No previous study for comparison. ... (4 replies)
... Hi kmcn...no, your numbers aren't that bad. Your hips are in osteopenia range, but your spine is in the osteoporosis range. ... (1 replies)
... and low intake of calcium and vitamin D may contribute to the progress of osteopenia and osteoporosis. ... (23 replies)
... gravity exercises for osteo, because you need to load the bones with weight, not the opposite, but maybe this is something new I've never heard of. ... (2 replies)
... t your dx and and all of us here understand your fears concerns. We've all been in the same place when first being dx. But, the score you posted is still in the osteopenia range or just into osteoporosis so there is time for you to make some changes that will help you. ... (1 replies)
... Also you did not mention when you were dx with osteo, or your scores, so I am concerned about recomending any exercises for you, based on how it worked for me. If your scores are very low you may want to first speak to your doctor, or begin slowly. ... (11 replies)
... Lucian, please read my thread from a week or two ago, "hopefully helpful for premeno. osteopenia." I, too, am diagnosed with osteopenia, am 41, premenopausal, with T scores worse than yours. ... (2 replies)


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