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I am not living well with osteoporosis. I have had 2 falls recently and broke major bones. I was unaware I had fragile bones until the first fall tat occurred during a tennis game. I broke my femur. Dr told me my bones are fragile. While recovering from this break I fell on my kitchen floor and broke my elbow. I am awaiting surgery now and am so worried that I may never be able to play tennis again. Sports has been such a feel good activity my whole life. It isn’t only the sport but doing it with people I have grown to like so much over the years. I neglected to do a regularly bone density 2 yrs ago because of covid. Now look at the mess I am in!