I’ve had one injection of Prolia also, and no side effects.
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Treating a thyroid balance has been very difficult for me. Started with Armour about 20 years ago. Recently I went to Levo but the potency seems to vary. Checked in to Synthroid but was quoted $53 for a months dosage. Insurance won’t cover. Would like to find an endocrinologist as my primary is doing a routine blood panel. Want my ultra sound repeated but he says it doesn’t usually develop into anything. You have to be really firm if you want to get anywhere with this. I get tired of fighting.
My insurance would not approve Prolia without proof of a negative response from oral meds I had previously taken. Guess it’s because of the cost. I still have to pay $100 when I pickup from the pharmacy. It’s very expensive to try and stay somewhat healthy and mobile.
I had an ultra sound done for screening on Ovarian cancer. My cousin had it.
Still exercising and doing the weight machines at my fitness center. My second injection of Prolia is due in July and I am still unsure of the outcome. Haven’t noticed any real difference, but I have changed the form of magnesium and potassium that I am taking. Drugs continue to be a scary subject for me.
I had my first injection about 4 weeks ago. Was scared to death, especially after reading only a small portion of the material that came with the injection. So far I haven’t experienced any side effects. Doubt that you are getting enough mg’s of calcium from a chewable. I had to greatly increase my intake because I began to experience some pain. Am now taking 2300 mg’s daily.