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For women on osteoporosis drug “holiday,” bone testing at one year offers little benefit
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Thank you so much that for you shared those things with us. I really like it.
With increasing age bone density reduces if its true then is it happen with man too??
Can you tell me what are the effects of and what are the recommendations of taking calcium and magnesium supplements if you suffer from osteoporosis? We sell cal mag to help people with aches and pains in the body but I have seen so much conflicting information on the internet about the use of calcium and magnesium for osteoporosis sufferers 🙁
hi above is very prudent article,it’s define what is cicaridian sleep.if you are not taking a sound sleep at bed time the next morning will be affected you co’t determinate your day…
it really nice topic
I am 66years old and was diagnosed Oesteoporosis since last 10years, and have been on
Drate (Alendronate) for more than 7years. I am now on “drug holiday” as Dr.Slovik calls it for about two years. And I feel fine.I did not have a fracture A.H. and hope to keep it that way.I take care not to fall. I eat healthy, and take Caltrate D (Calcium +Vit D) reguarly.
This question is for Dr.Slovik that “Should i restart Alendronate now” please reply or post and answer in FAQs.
thanks for good news
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