Osteopenia/Osteoporosis - daleonard - OHIO [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I have recently been diagnosed wity osteopenia and early menopause(45)My doctor is suggesting of course fossimax or actonel and I suggested actonel is any. Any suggestions on these two treatments and if any alternatives. As being only 45 do not want to remain on this for duration of my older life. Please some feedback would be helpful. I am very active and have taken vitamins my whole life. Thanks
Re:Osteopenia/Osteoporosis - Timothy Long - [email@example.com]
I certainly agree. I would not use those medicines. They are no answer to your problem. In fact they are harmful. You can rebuild your bone and prevent bone loss naturally. You need to work with a holistic practitioner who is knowledgeable and will help you determine your needs. Just taking vitamins or calcium or supplements that are said to be good for bones is not wise. You have to address your individual needs. And there are many factors that need to be considered. You are welcome to call my office to consider working together. I work with many people long distance to resolve their health problems. And this is a problem I can certainly help you resolve. Some of the products that I offer for osteoporosis that work very well for many people are Bionativus calcium-magnesium, Premier OsteoVen and Therazyme OSTEO. Sincerely, Timothy Long, Long Natural Health, 888-337-0511
Re:Osteopenia/Osteoporosis - Sharon Snell - Casper Wyoming [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I'm using Ezorb calcium for osteoporosis. There are many claims on the website. Is it a trusted product?