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Alendronate Or Alendronic Acid

Alendronate Or Alendronic Acid

It’s improved my bone density somewhat and the Endocrinologist at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital was pleased that my Lumbar spine is now Osteopinea, wrists and hips are not so good.
I am concerned about the stomach bloating and constipation of my bowel.
My question is does Aledronic Acid +Caliciferol with Vitamin D (Fonat Plus) cause gum ulceration and pain as this is an ongoing problem. Could it be the Acid component?

A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

Birdlady, Judy I agree with all of the above comments. There is a Kellogg’s cereal called Guardian which one of our Gastro chaps always advised his patients to eat. It worked very well. Hope you are feeling better 😊

posted over 2 years ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I am trialling gluten free because I also get tum pain and bloating. I have researched how gluten causes inflammation particularly in the gut which is what all arthritis is including Osteo. Plus of course my trusty StemEnhance Ultra to renew my stem cells. So far all life changing and all symptoms have gone. Plus no drugs.. all natural. Happy to chat further if anyone wants to know more.

Here’s a short video explaining the effect gluten has on our system.
https://youtu.be/IvUgcLQOUSA

posted over 2 years ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I am taking both and I had only at the beginnen ulcers in my mouth.
For the bloating and constipation, I have been drinking a class of lemon water before bedtime with chia seed. I Soak the chia seeds for about 1 hour in the lemon water.
I hope it will help you too 🤞🏻

posted about 2 years ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I looked up Reclast. It can cause severe kidney problems.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I believe you should be diagnosed with Gluten intolerance. My husband is a Coeliac and he was tested. There are things in gluten free food which have necessary food values Bloating can be caused by certain foods and tablets and you can eliminate them to check them out what causes it or be referred for a endoscopy.
Im sure we all have something which doesn't agree with us, I have a Diaphragmatic hernia, there is hiatus hernia, IBS and allergy problems. Good luck to you all. XXXX

posted over 2 years ago
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