Osteoporosis: Bones weak and more likely to break
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I am looking for anybody that has CML and has used Forteo to treat bone density loss. My Cml is in remission with the use of Sprycel. However I have had some bone density loss resulting in compression fractures. Forteo seems to be the medicine of choice but we cannot find any data on a CML patient that has used it.
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So after two yrs I was told by doctor to take a bone drug proliva, however it did not agree with me , I was sick to stomach and had achs and pains too . decided to go the natural route and started a healthy diet plan and lots of bone healthy foods foods with K2 and also very important weight workout with a weight vest mines for people with bone issues who need workout but its not a heavy weight its for women with osteoporosis by nyk see http://www.nykweightvest.com check it out it looks pretty decent , so doing these things and my MD said my bone is getting stronger so I want everybody to know you dont need drugs
Help...I have just been diagnosed with osteoporosis of the spine with fractures. I am in a lot pain...and I have taken take protonix for over 10 yrs... Any suggestion on treatment ...all the doctors want to do is push pain meds at me..
Hi there, I wonder if anyone who took herceptin has been diagnosed with osteoporosis? I have just been diagnosed and prescribed Fosamax by my primary care physician. I have not started the medication yet until I see my oncologist for my three month checkup.
I have been taking Singulair/Montelukast for 15 years because the medication totally stops asthma attacks. I have had only one attack in 15 years taking Montelukast. I was diagnosed with osteoporosis about 10 years ago and I would like to join this group to find out how other people with osteoporosis deal with taking Montelukast. Are there any good bone supplements besides taking calcium?
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