If my bone density test results show I do not have Osteoporosis, can I stop taking Actonel?
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Also, smoking is a major contributor to non-union of bone after fusion surgeries and long bone fractures. It also reduces bone density significantly.
1 answer • 9 Feb 2010
I have been taking it for about 4 years and my bone density scans have returned to the normal range. If I stop taking Actonel, won't I be prone ...
1 answer • 18 Mar 2010
My doctor now wants me to take Fosamax because I, over 70, fell and hit my shoulder hard enough to break it. A bone density test a few years ago was ...
1 answer • 29 Jun 2010
I have been taking Arimidex for 4 1/2 years. Two and a half year ago my Bone Density test revealed no osteoporosis. After taking another Bone Density ...
0 answers • 7 Sep 2013
... would not be effective for me to stay on actonel for a year so i don't currently get the prescription. This concerns me. Is this normal?
0 answers • 29 Sep 2014