Thinking of joining but don’t know much about it.
I went to Osteostrong for over two years and my scan showed I was still losing bone. My doctor increased my dose of alendronate and I am now working with a personal trainer.
I believe it was alendronate. It's been so long I can't remember. I'm filling out paperwork now to get a copy of all my records from her since she is retiring and I've moved out of the state. I'll be able to answer questions more accurately very soon. 🤣
I just know I don't want to take anything that would cause my bones to retain old brittle bone. Reminds me of pouring new wine into an old wineskin.
Hi Becky2young. What did the doctor give you?
Cheers Josie xo
I absolutely love OsteoStrong. Unfortunately I wasn't able to be consistent, too much travel, illness, etc.
I had my first Dexascan, was given a prescription, but never too it after looking up the side effects. I went back to my GYN a little over a year later for my annual exam and she asked how I was doing with the meds. After telling her I never started them, I asked what she knew about OsteoStrong. She went to her cabinet and pulled out their brochure and said it would do 10 times more for me than the prescription would.
I didn't know what it was. It may have some benefits for muscle strength and balance, however, I am not so sure . I just looked at a posting by Dr Lani Simpson she gives a good explanation. I think I will stick with walking. Mabe better to invest in a gym membership that has treadmill. Check it out
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