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Actonel
...  (risedronate sodium) is a medication that provides treatment to osteoporosis, as well as prevention from the bone disease from occurring. This medication belongs to the group of bisophonates which aid in the formation of the bones as well as the prevention of fractures. Actonel has two functions- it strengthens the bones by increasing its mass, and slows down bone degeneration at the same  ...

Boniva
...  or Ibandronate is a medication for various bone diseases such as osteoporosis. This medication belongs to the group of biphosphonates which aid increase of bone mass. Boniva is excellent for those who are having low bone mass and density, those which are susceptible to bone loss or breakage. Who Are Susceptible To Bone Loss Women in the post menopausal stage, or those who are taking  ...

Bones Pain
...  This is one of the common types of ailments that is associated with the bone, and it affects more than 10 million people in the United States alone every year. Women are more susceptible to this bone disease, and most women affected by this ranges from age 35 above. 8. Fibromyalgia Those having this condition experiences pain and tenderness in any parts of the body with bones- particularly  ...

Osteomalacia
...  be essential for bone health. Diagnosis The doctor first traces the patient’s medical history, and analyzes all the symptoms of Osteomalacia to accurately point out whether or not he has the bone disease. Diet, sun exposure, previous medications and surgeries would also be taken into account. In this investigation, the patient might undergo several tests as well - PTH tests, Calcium  ...

Pagets Disease
...  Disease, otherwise known as osteitis deformans is a metabolic bone disease. In this disease, the bones become destroyed and once it grows back, the patient will experience abnormalities. This disorder hampers daily activities. Should there be any broken bone, it will be replaced with a weaker one, and is more likely to break again. The deformities that the patient is going to  ...


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