That will be next if the June 1st bloodwork isn’t dramatically improved.
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At the moment, the doctor has me on 7,000 IU of vitamin D a day and is going through my insurance company to skip the bisphosphonates and go straight to prolia. My vitamin D level was too low to be measured, so that is why we are hitting that hard first. My blood calcium was high, but for now, we are assuming that was caused by the utter lack of vitamin D. We’re re-doing the blood work June 1st.
I was just diagnosed in April. I’ve always been active and busy and watched my diet and tried to get outside most days to get some sunshine. Utter failure in the vitamin D department and consequently osteoporosis at 58.
T-score is -2.9.