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Prolia Pros And Cons

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At only 2 years out from FDA approval, Prolia (generic name, denosumab) is still considered a new treatment – so the pros and cons are still being weighed and considered by patients, doctors, and researchers. It’s only fair to point out some of the attributes of Prolia; in this way, you can be prepared for the glowing reports about Prolia … Click to continue →

Negative Side Effects Of Reclast

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In some ways, it seems a bit redundant to talk about the “negative side effects” of Reclast – after all, even the short-term, positive side effects (such as high scores on bone density tests) are ultimately negative. By forcing density, all osteoporosis drugs eventually cause bone to become too hard and prone to breakage; by preventing the normal wearing down … Click to continue →

Osteonecrosis And Fosamax

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If you’ve been reading up on the side effects of osteoporosis medications, you have undoubtedly heard about osteonecrosis of the jaw, and osteonecrosis and Fosamax in particular. In fact, some law suits are underway against the makers of Fosamax (Merck) due to this horrible side effect. Osteocrenosis and Fosamax have an unpleasant but inescapable link. First observed in connection with … Click to continue →

What Is The Forteo (Teriparatide) Injection?

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As Big Pharma continues to come up with ever-more creative ways of getting osteoporosis drugs into your body, you may have heard of the latest injectable form of osteoporosis medication: Forteo (teriparatide). Just what is the Forteo injection? It’s not the same as an infusion, which is administered directly into the bloodstream and is taken only twice a year, and … Click to continue →

Taking Evista And Boniva

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Many osteoporosis patients find themselves taking Evista and Boniva even if they have reservations about these drugs. Maybe it’s because their doctors said things like this: “If you don’t take Evista, your bones are going to get so brittle you’ll get fractures just going up stairs.” “There are no natural alternatives to Evista. so this is your only alternative.” “If … Click to continue →

Say Hello To Aloe For Your Bones

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I love doing yard work. It not only gives me an excuse to take a break and enjoy the beautiful Florida sunshine; I also find it relaxing and rewarding. A couple of years ago I’ve planted a lemon tree on my front lawn, along with a fragrant Confederate jasmin. In my backyard, there’s a thorny raspberry bush and a miniature … Click to continue →

Boniva Side Effects

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When your doctor wants to prescribe an osteoporosis medication such as Boniva, does he or she take the time to warn you about Boniva’s side effects? It’s always interesting to me the way some doctors tend to be so heavy-handed in prescribing medications for osteoporosis. Because they see osteoporosis as a disease, they want to ply their patients with the … Click to continue →

The Once-A-Month Actonel Dose

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In 2008, the FDA approved the once-a-month Actonel dose. Their reasoning came from a single study that compared the benefits of a daily 5mg Actonel dose with a monthly 150mg dose, and the monthly dose was found to be “just as effective.” The new dosage was hailed as a more convenient option; no more remembering to take a pill each … Click to continue →

How Much Vitamin C Should You Take For Your Bones?

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It may not be a coincidence that its name begins with the same letter as calcium. A recent study on this crucial vitamin, typically recognized as an immune system builder and scurvy’s worst foe, has confirmed that it plays a pivotal role in bone health. The study was published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry. It clearly demonstrates that when … Click to continue →

Actonel Benefits – Really?

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“…Treatment with 5 mg Actonel® (risedronate sodium tablets) daily reduced the risk of spinal fracture in postmenopausal osteoporotic patients,” says a glowing report released back in 2003, touting Actonel benefits. If you read on, you’ll encounter all sorts of supposedly positive results from studies showing how wonderful Actonel is. “In these patients, fracture risk was reduced by 62 percent and … Click to continue →

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