← Return to Prolia and Cirrhosis

Discussion
cmurray6 (@cmurray6)

Prolia and Cirrhosis

Bones, Joints & Muscles | Last Active: Aug 25, 2019 | Replies (10)

Comment receiving replies
@artscaping

@contentandwell, @johnbishop, Just an FYI for you two. Today's Mayo newsletter feature is entitled 'Mayo Clinic Osteoporosis Insight' <mayoclinicosteoporosis@everydayhealth.com>. It is probably the best discussion I have read so far on this subject. I have just been 'round robin's barn on this subject. I am highly allergic to the ingredients in the Boniva like products. And….I have very unsightly low scores on the DEXA scan report. And……..my mother died after her broken hip at 83. She spent the rest of her life in a wheelchair and never smiled again. So…mine boils down to the quality of life and appropriate self-care. Hope you find the right answer for yourself. You are always helping others…now it is time for self-care and self-compassion. Chris

Jump to this post


Replies to "@contentandwell, @johnbishop, Just an FYI for you two. Today's Mayo newsletter feature is entitled 'Mayo Clinic..."

Thanks @artscaping. I will definitely check on that. I am really leery about these drugs but it sounds as if they are a necessary evil, much better than a serious fracture. This fracture that I have right now is bad enough. I surely do not want a more serious one.

@johnbishop thanks for the links. I will sign up right now.
JK