We study 25,630 reports of Osteoporosis postmenopausal (weak bone with possibility to break after stopped menstrual cycles) now. The information that eHealthMe analyzes includes:
- Medications that treat Osteoporosis postmenopausal and their effectiveness
- Drugs that could cause Osteoporosis postmenopausal
- Conditions that could cause Osteoporosis postmenopausal
- Common Osteoporosis postmenopausal symptoms
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Osteoporosis postmenopausal treatments and how effective are they?
- Alendronate sodium
- Alendronic acid
- Calcium carbonate, famotidine and magnesium hydroxide
- Calcium citrate
- Calcium d - glucarate
- Fosamax plus d
- Ibandronate sodium
- Vitamin d
Drugs that could cause Osteoporosis postmenopausal
Conditions that could cause Osteoporosis postmenopausal
Most common Osteoporosis postmenopausal symptoms
- Back pain - (2,155 reports)
- Joint pain - (2,112 reports)
- Pain in extremity - (1,885 reports)
- Death - (1,778 reports)
- Pain exacerbated - (1,594 reports)
- Rashes - (1,311 reports)
- Pain - (1,187 reports)
- Fatigue - (977 reports)
- Dizziness - (939 reports)
- Bone pain - (912 reports)
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