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How Does Stopping Taking Estrogen Supplements Affect Bone Density
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Depo and low estrogen levels. Can you take the pill as well to increase estrogen levels? Had a bone density scan and it was fine.
Depeds on Goal: First of all, it depends on whether you are taking Depo Provera or lupron. Both can affect bone density and you should be on calcium and vitamin d. Really the answer to your question can be complicated and depends on what you are trying to accomplish by Depo-Provera and why. Some women may need estrogen pills/patches and other may not need anything at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 64 years old mom’s bone density reading is -4.0 (osteoporosis level). How much calcium she need to supplement per day?
If a person has osteoporosis due to severe vit d deficiency will calcium supplement helps to increase bone density?
Osteoporosis: If your doctor has not recommended calcium along with vitamin D you might need a doctor who knows a bit more about osteoporosis. Together these meds will help control your bone health but you might also need osteoporosis medicine. Please call the International Society for Clinical Densitometry at 860-259-1000. They will point you in the right direction. ...Read more
With isolated adrenal insufficiency likely due to LH and crest with digital ischemia, is estrogen/progesterone supplement needed to protect bones (estradiol < 20) given daily cortisol supp of 20-30mg?
I took omeprazole for 3 years , if it had effected bone density, will this return to normal upon stopping the medication?Or is that bone loss longterm
??: There is some data that all meds to reduce stomach acid (h2 antagonists and ppi's which is what Omeprazole is not with Tums (calcium carbonate) ) have an increased risk of fracture perhaps this is due to decreased magnesium also a risk with almost all anti seizure meds like Gabapentin please discuss with your doctor and take some vit d (vitamindcouncil.Org). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on your age, menstrual status, medication history, underlying physical condition, dietary intake of protein, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin d (building blocks of bone). Talk to your doc re: your meds and what can be done to compensate, or overcome the losses. ...Read more
Two choices: Depending on the medication used and duration of therapy, you can minimize such risk by optimizing your vitamin d and calcium intake. Obviously, the best choice will be to eliminate the offending agent or to use the lowest dose possible (such as in steroid use). If you happen to sustain fractures, then you will need an endocrine evaluation for further guidance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
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