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Minus 4.6 Osteoporosis. Can Anything Hlp Me ?

Minus 4.6 Osteoporosis. Can Anything Hlp Me ?

I'm 75 years old. My weight is 109. My untreated osteoporosis is monumental. Any suggestions or is 2 late?. Thank you ❤️ so much for any response

A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I agree with srogers, I did a lot of research on reclast and prolia and found in clinical trails that reclast had a smaller percentage of side effects. Talk with your doctor. Also reclast is an infusion every 2 years. Good luck and hugs jde

posted 12 months ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

Hey, it's never too late! You should still have a lot of living to do! I would consult my doctor and listen to what he/she says
I have severe Osteoporosis and still doing exercises (which really helps with the stiffness!) and taking Prolia and trying to walk and walk. I am a very tenacious (stubborn) person so I would say if you trust your doctor and are happy with his/her care take their advice--
You don't fail until you give up and quit!!
Best wishes. I would love to hear about your progress
Sharon

posted about 1 year ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

Dear Angie25, I am taking natural things like calcium and magnesium and kefir and yogurt and many other supplements that do help.

posted 4 months ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

I got over severe osteoporosis years ago and my doctor who is considered good called me in to ask what I was doing.I also got over fibromyalgia and my doctor said she never heard of a case like mine. Got over liver failure and glaucoma and so many other things. As I say doctors receive less than 4 hours training in nutrition. My aunt died of osteoporosis while on a bone building drug.

posted 7 months ago
A MyOsteoTeam Member said:

Dear Tatiana, You won't absorb any calcium from food or otherwise without magnesium. There is a lot on the internet about it. Hope this helps.

posted 7 months ago
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