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I Take Prolia Injection Twice A Year. Anyone Else Take This Shot And If So How Do Youn Like It?
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posted December 30, 2018
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I had Prolia injections for over 4 years, no side effects. Reversed my osteoporosis. Now classified as having osteo penia. I am on Reclast infusion for now to avoid rebound effects of having had the prolia. My doctor will be testing me every 6 months until he is happy i am stable, then hopefully stop all drugs?! He said I was the most successful case he had ever treated. I credit it to being closely watched by doc since diagnosed with osteopenia 5 years ago, being very active and fit for an old gal at 67 years old, and for keeping up vitamin D and Calcium supplements. Good luck to you all.

posted January 10, 2023
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I have had a few if the Prolia injections with no problems

posted November 1, 2022
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I haven't had any issues ,have had 4 so far .

posted October 31, 2022
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Do you get blood tests before your prolia injection. Your vit d needs to be at normal range to have the injection

posted June 26, 2021
A MyOsteoTeam Member

I have been on prolea 2 years no side effects haven't had a dexa scan yet

posted December 31, 2018

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