Since I cannot take Calcium, my dr recommended yearly IV treatment for osteoporosis. I’m not certain I want to do this. Has anyone else received these treatments.
You might consider adding supplemental Vitamin K2 to your regime. It acts as a catalyst to calcium and Vitamin D3. Jarrow makes a good one. Vitamin K might be contraindicated if you must also take a blood thinner.
No it’s medication Reclast, once a year for 4-5 years. I’m reluctant because if I have any side effects the medication stays in you for a year. I have IBS and cannot tolerate calcium.
I take magnesium, Vit D, and try to eat foods with high calcium . I’m thinking of getting a trainer and doing resistance training, and exercising more with Yoga.
I have an Aclasta Infusion yearly but this year i have to have a break as Calcium levels are high. It is fantastic.
Thanks for the info. You answered my question about calcium. I'm taking vitamin d and have just started taking alendronate.
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