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Prolia treatment for osteoporosis

Bones, Joints & Muscles | Last Active: Jun 20 5:42pm | Replies (1048)

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@mabel343

Yes, I have had three Prolia injections, the most recent this past June. I am not sure what you mean by backdated, but I have continued Evista (raloxifene) for breast cancer risk at the recommendation on my oncologist due to having had breast cancer in the past.

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@mabel343 How old are you? Have you done BMD Test? How is your T-score now for your AP spine and hips? Have you gained some bone mass in your hips?

in reply to @mabel343 Generally Evista is not given to normal patients because it increases the risk of blood clot in the lung and legs and also induces stroke and deep vein thrombosis. Did your bone density in spine and hips improve after giving three prolia injections? Is it true that stopping prolia induces rebound fracture?

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