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Florinef
...  congestive heart failure, and an imbalance of the blood’s acids. There are other side effects other than those just mentioned which can range between muscle weakness, deterioration of muscles, osteoporosis, fractures of the longer bones, compression fractures in the vertebrae, and even some spontaneous fractures. One may also experience peptic ulcers, slower healing of wounds and injuries,  ...

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  ...

Advair
...  details about their medical, drug and allergy history, particularly if these allergies include lactose intolerance. Medical history which includes hypertension, heart problems, diabetes, anxiety, or osteoporosis should also be openly discussed, as there might be risks involved when taking the medication. Patients might experience some problems in natural steroid production during the first few  ...

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  ...

Fosamax
...  is used for the treatment of osteoporosis among women in their post menopausal stage. It is known in its generic name alendronate. It belongs to the group of biophosphonates, a compound responsible for the prevention of bone loss. What Should Be Considered Before Taking Fosamax Some patients suffering from post-menopausal osteoporosis are not suitable with Fosamax. To know whether a  ...

Melatonin
...  helpful in boosting the endocrine and immune systems. Melatonin also help induce bone growth. For menopausal women, this is a very good supplement, as it also helps prevent the occurrence of osteoporosis. Also, among women in their post-menopausal stage, Melatonin is known to decrease panic attacks, depression and anxiety. The supplement is also known to treat SAD, or Seasonal Affective  ...

Osteoporosis
...  is one of the most common diseases that are more likely to occur in older people. It is a condition that is generally characterized by a decrease in bone density and in bone strength, which leads to bone fragility. People who have osteoporosis will normally have porous bones that are as compressible as a sponge. This skeleton disorder weakens the bones and results in very frequent  ...

Bones Pain
...  as the disease targets the bone marrow as well. 6. Bone Cancer Or Neoplasm Bone pain arises from this sickness because of the tumors located in the bone that spreads to other parts of the body. 7. osteoporosis osteoporosis characterizes “porous bones”- bones that have obvious perforations when seen in bone scan. This is the result of lack of calcium, or the decline of bone density.  ...

Fracture
...  Causes Of Fracture Most fractures result from bone trauma - automobile accidents, sport-related injuries, falls and many others. Aside from that, it could also be from bone-related diseases such as osteoporosis, in which the bones become more prone to breakage. It is characterized by bones having many perforations when seen via x-ray. Overuse of the bone could also lead to fractures, and it  ...

Osteomalacia
...  unbalanced diet. However, this really occurs in people regardless of age. For children, osteomalacia manifests as rickets. Symptoms Of Osteomalacia Manifestation of osteomalacia is almost similar to osteoporosis, however, in most cases, it is asymptomatic. But when the patient is subject to x rays and other tests related to the bone, it would not be very difficult to tell whether or not the  ...


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