A 37-year-old member asked:
What can be done to treat osteopenia at the age of 33?
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Dentistry 38 years experience
See a specialist: See a good endocrinologist - you need to determine the reason - it could be low vitamin d3 which is essential for the absorption of calcium, it could be other causes. Get the cause diagnosed and then treatment will be appropriate to the cause.
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