A 52-year-old female asked:
Vitk, d, calcium, thryoid all good. no mets. arimidex (anastrozole) & ooph led to severe osteo in 2 yrs. is there anything else that could have caused this?
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Family Medicine 33 years experience
Activity: On estrogen blocker and oophoectomy. Activity would be your safest variable to modify. Need to assess aerobic and strength activity. Both important for bone formation.
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