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Leonard
01 April 2012
21:45
Has anybody heard about the drugs, that can be taken only once a month, or even once a year, and that can be used for the treatment of osteoporosis? Are they really effective?
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Joe
21 April 2012
22:10
I was taking Calcium D3 Nikomed for a period of time, and the result seemed to be good, but once I stopped taking it, back pains were unbearable again.
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Rose
21 April 2012
22:18
On X-rays I have osteoporosis, cervical, right elbow, both wrists. In the blood tests calcium indication is normal. I was taking different calcium drugs but osteoporosis increases. What should I do?
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Robert
21 April 2012
22:29
What do you think: can a chiropractor improve the situation with osteoporosis? The technique of the osteopathic manipulative therapy is effective for most disorders of posture, scoliosis, kyphosis, pain in the spine and joints.Should I try to go to the reception of a chiropractor? Has anybody tried it?
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Helen
24 April 2012
14:52
I have heard that Raloxifene is a medicine that can be prescribed only for women. Is that right? My uncle has hip fracture and needs treatment. Our doctor prescribed Raloxifene, but my uncle bewares it.
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Lisa
24 April 2012
15:00
Leonard Hi leonard. This drug is called- Parathyroid hormone (Teriparatide [Forteo]), introduced for the treatment of men and postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, with severe pains.It usually is prescribed for those, who are at high risk of fractures. It is injected.
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