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Are There Proven Ways To Help Prevent Bone Loss
Yes: Adequate calcium and vitamin d intake are important. Numerous studies have shown that estrogen replacement therapy will significantly decrease bone mineral loss. For women who can not or will not take estrogen there are a number of effective medications specifically intended to decrease bone mineral loss. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
Exercise, Calcium: Exercise - especially weight bearing exercise will help to increase bone mass (premenopausal) or slow down the rate of bone loss (post menopausal). Calcium slows the rate of bone loss. Women over 50 should take between 1200mg-1500mg per day of calcium (divided into 2-3 doses per day). Leafy green veggies, dairy and yogurt added to your diet. Estrogen replacement in postmenopausal women may help. ...Read more
Control perio: Periodontal disease is incurable, but treatable and maintainable. You must be diligent about following treatment protocols and maintenance schedules, and home care instructions. The key is keeping the bacterial count down by proper oral hygiene and professional periodontal treatment at your dentist's or periodontist's office. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You may be able to: Prevent osteoporosis and slow down bone loss even after you've been diagnosed with osteopenia .If you've received an osteopenia diagnosis, now's the time to take preventive measures that can build up your bone health before a condition like osteoporosis robs you of bone density. There are many options to treat osteopenia, and you and your doctor should work together to figure out. Good luck thanks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What r the recommendations for preventing bone loss, ? Ie ;that may be caused due harmonal fluctuations or intake of medication such as omeprazole
A few things: Regular activities on your feet can help maintain bone density. Talk to your doctor about medication use. Omeprazole can contribute to bone density loss if taken long enough. Talk to your doctor about about calcium and vitamin d3 levels as well. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Periodontitis: Periodontitis is an infection of the gums and bone around the teeth. If you have periodontitis, it needs to be treated by a dentist. If your mouth is healthy, thorough brushing, flossing and regular dental visits will prevent periodontal disease. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
As whole grain contain phyatic acid which effect ca and fe metabolism should i stop eating whole grian repaced it by white bread to prevent bone loss?
No data : we have no data on that. You can discuss it with your physician but since you are in your teen years you need some basic calcium to build up your bone calcium bank and you need vitamin D. I would1000 mg of calcium today 500 as a supplement and then 500 from your diet and vitamin D depending on your status you need 1000 or more. This helps build up strong bone which you'll need as you advancing age ...Read more
Medications: Lupron causes bone loss by markedly decreasing testosterone and estrogen production in the body. Estrogen loss seems to be more important for this effect. A variety of drugs including alendronate, residronate, ibandronate, zoledronic acid and Denosumab can prevent bone loss. Normal vitamin d and calcium intake are to be continued. ...Read more
Is there a way to prevent dental bone loss when a child loses a permanent tooth prematurely and cannot get an implant because of young age?
I'm worried about teeth shifting and potential bone loss after having a back molar extracted. How can I prevent them?
Is it ok to start using depo before a pelvic exam or Pap smear?
And what should one do to prevent bone loss on depo?
Yes: Yes. Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) will not affect your pelvic exam or Pap smear. Bone density that is lost while taking Depo is likely to be recovered naturally once Depo is stopped. Your risk of fracture as you age will be similar to that of someone who never took Depo. That said, you can help prevent bone loss by exercising and getting adequate calcium. ...Read more
What should I do to prevent bone loss from taking arimidex (anastrozole) after breast cancer diagnosis?
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