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Treating Osteoporosis

Bones, Joints & Muscles | Last Active: Nov 29 5:27am | Replies (666)

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@adamsky

I too have been diagnosed with osteoporosis at 61 recently. I do not have any pain yet but am worried about the shot the Doctor prescribed for me to get so I am having a second opinion. I normally run on the anemic side but the Doctor would not run a full blood panel so going back to my hometown Doctor who knows my medical history better. It is very scary to read about all the side effects the drugs have. I know how you are feeling and wished there was a more natural way to replenish our bones other then drugs.

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Welcome @adamsky. Did you see these discussions about Fosamax and Prolia?
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/would-like-to-know-peoples-experience-using-fosomax/
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/i-have-been-on-prolia-injections-for-2-years-now-my-kidneys/
Like you, @angelas and @mohavegal would like to find more natural ways to many bone density. Please share anything you learn.

@mohavegal I got a sample of Traumeel from my massage therapist, but didn’t really notice any difference in muscle tension relief. How is it working for you?

Works great for me.  Really does depend upon the severity which would require more frequent applications.  Where were you using it??
mohavegal

Copied from Wikipedia: see near bottom. Might be worth asking your doctor and trying.
Vitamin K refers to structurally similar, fat-soluble vitamers found in foods and marketed as dietary supplements. The human body requires vitamin K for post-synthesis modification of certain proteins that are required for blood coagulation or Vitamin K2 for controlling binding of calcium in bones and other tissues. Wikipedia

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