I too have added calcium (1200 mg), 4000 mg Vitamin D, K2, prunes, raisins, broccoli, and any other calcium rich food I can find to my diet. My calcium levels have been great so I must be doing something right.
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Side effects are different for each person. I tried Fosamax but it would not stay in my stomach longer than 10 minutes. Then my dr. recommended Prolia. After doing a lot of research and reading I found this site and made the decision to give Prolia a try. Had my first injection yesterday and so far so good. Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
As important as it is to hear about the problems people have with Prolia, it is just as important to hear about the positive effects. After researching Prolia on the internet I was really anxious about getting a Prolia injection. I had tried Fosamax but was unable to keep it down so my doctor said Prolia was the best alternative. Until I found this site I had not discovered any other place where people stated that they didn't have horrible side effects. Since yesterday (3/5/2020) was my first injection I don't have a lot to share but I am NOT having any side effects so far and hope that continues to be the case.
I had my first Prolia shot yesterday with no side effects. I told the RN who have me the injection I also had fibromyalgia and she told me that because of the fibro I might not notice any of the side effects (eg, aches and pains that are common with fibro) others complain about. I will keep you posted on how it goes from here but so far so good.
I also have fibro so I understand the challenges you're talking about. I'm also on synthroid as I had Graves disease and had my thyroid killed with radiation. The more research I do the more I think these medical issues are connected someway or other.