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Prolia treatment for osteoporosis

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Thank you……those experiences certainly justify your decision difficulties. What decision would be best for you to avoid deep depression?

Have you had any experience with mindfulness……as a practice? After I dug in pretty deep with mindfulness, I was pleasantly surprised that it became easier and easier to face many situations.
Almost automatically my mind would challenge my erratic concerns. I am pleased with consistent progress and benefit.

And finally, I have modified and rearranged priorities when it comes to medication. My PCP and I share the decision-making in that category so neither of us has to worry about making bad decisions.

Let me know your progress. I am sure you will make the decision that is right for you.

May you be mentally healthy and medically well.

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Chris, If I knew what is the best for me I would not be depressed. I guess in medicine, every answer is wrong we just have to pick the best of all of the wrong answers. I came to this site to try to see what would be the best for me because I do not think doctors know better because they did not take the shots and therefore no experience with the side effects.
I think depression is a kind of genetic thing, it is in the DNA. I am the kind of person who gets depressed if I have no good answers for my problems. I have a friend who has breast cancer stage 4 but she is happy and runs around, goes to garage sales and bargins big time. She was first diagnosed 25 years ago and now the cancer is in the lungs and bones but she is not depressed. She is much younger than me. If I was her I would not be able to function at all. 0 functioning!!

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