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Osteoporosis (osteoporosis) treatments and their effectiveness
This is a real world study of common treatments of Osteoporosis, and their effectiveness. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 87,013 reports from user community.
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On Oct, 20, 2014: 87,013 reports are studied for Osteoporosis
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The following drugs are reported to be used in the treatment of Osteoporosis. Click to see how effective they are overall and in long term (1+ year), and for what kind of people:
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- Fosamax causes numerous problems
I took Fosamax for 7 years. In the last two years my bone decreased, where as it had been 28% loss in the spine it went to 31% loss. For the first 5 years it did stop any bone loss but later seemed to stop working. I was very lucky with this drug as others have numerous problems. one lady I know wa ...
- Paxil cause osteoporosis?
I had OCD since age 8. At 42 I was finally diagnosed and put on Paxil. When I reached 40 mgs and after 2 months on 40 mgs i was completely cured of OCD. I stayed on Paxil for the next 15 years. I no longer take any SSRI as they were causing severe lethargy that last few years of use. When I was aro ...
- Pain in the neck and arthritis after taking generic fosamax
I started taking Generic Fosamax about six months ago and last week i had a terrible neck pain and spasm. I went to my accupunturist and he did accupunture and massage, but the pain did not go away. Later that week, I noticed that I had a lot of pain every time I flexed my left knee, and later that ...
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