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Posted 31 Oct 2016 by DKoppelman • 0 answers
Posted 19 Aug 2016 by ednemma • 1 answer
These medications both require they be taken on an empty stomach at least 2 hours after eating and 1 hour before eating. With 2 doses of zytiga/day, these two 3 hour windows remove 6 hours every day from Fosamax dosing. Taking Fosamax at the same time as the before-breakfast zytiga would greatly ...
Posted 13 Aug 2016 by anon oz • 0 answers
I have been on it for about 5 years or more
Posted 8 Jul 2016 by Marie0914 • 1 answer
Leg and jaw pain.
Posted 17 Jun 2016 by mihilton • 0 answers
Since then foot is really sore and swelled
Fosamax - Are there any other cases of slivers coming out of your body because of allergic reaction?
Posted 26 Feb 2016 by flowerpower59d • 0 answers
... to Fosoma
Posted 12 Jan 2016 by Susancui • 0 answers
For example should you treat for six months then stop for 2 months then on for 6 months? Or do you just treat every week until either there is no improvement in bone density or subject experiences side effects and has to stop. In addition, what is the total length of time you can treat with this ...
Posted 6 Dec 2015 by sunnie-2 • 1 answer
Posted 25 Apr 2015 by jobibs48 • 1 answer
Doc said onky 5 per cent absorbed.
Posted 22 Sep 2012 by Tobeleh • 2 answers
I was on Fosamax years ago for Osteopenia. Bone density exams showed improvement. After being on the drug for over five years studies came out suggesting that taking Fosamax for over five years was not a good idea. My GYN and I decided to take a break. A couple years after that I was struck with a ...
Posted 14 May 2015 by lunchlady547 • 2 answers
My doctor has suggested coming off the Fosamax and going on Forteo. I am really concerned about the cancer risk. Any thoughts?
Fosamax - I am experiencing lower back, maybe hip joint pain after taking this each week. It slowly?
Posted 5 May 2015 by baylee Boo • 1 answer
... goes away, but muscles feel weak. Is this normal, or should be reported to the Dr.? Have been on this just for about 6 weeks, and the pain has been about that long also!!
Posted 8 Dec 2014 by seniorperson • 2 answers
I was on Foxamax for 40 years or so. New physician has recommended Prolia. I ordered it and the paperwork with it covered many side affects. What is the norm?
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