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Phosphoric Acid Osteoporosis
Call Poison Hotline: Call the poison hotline to get immediate help and then go to the ed. ...Read more
Currently it is better to think of osteoporosis as a condition where the bone is weakened, and can be managed or treated rather than cured. This is usually performed by dietary modifications, ingestion of supplemental calcium, vitamin d and a class of agents notice the bisphosphonates. These are usually delivered via oral or intramuscular injection on a weekly or monthly ...Read more
I have athletes foot and want to disinfect my rubber thongs. Flip flops. I have sprayed Ajax surface spray on them, lactic acid 3%/phosphoric acid 3%?
Bleach for fungus: Bleach is one of the most effective ways to disinfect for fungus. Remember to launder all of your socks, sheets, etc... In a good bleach detergent. Bleach cleansing wipes work well to clean rubber shoes or flip flops. Also cleanse common areas (ie... Shower, tile floors) with bleach cleaning products. ...Read more
Male 30, diagnosed with osteoporosis. Started ibandronic acid 150 mg tab yesterday. Have back, left hip pain from midnight. Can't waIk. Is it normal?
I am 30 male. Have osteoporosis. Doc gave ibandronic acid, Gemidro. Said take with water don't lie down for 1 hour. But when do I take it? Morn, eve?
Is there an alternative to lansaprazole to treat acid reflux as I've heard it blocks absorption of calcium and I have osteoporosis and take adcal-D?
I am 62yr and have osteoporosis, I have acid reflux and wondering if it is ok to take omeprazole, Is Pepcid AC safer?
Different classes: Not sure if you're on medication for Osteoporosis as those can actually make reflux symptoms worse. Either Pepcid or Omeprazole may be helpful but Pepcid is sometimes less effective but safer with other medications. Moderate to severe conditions usually require Omeprazole and other meds in that class. Talk to your doctor about your specific situation. ...Read more
Ibandronic acid tablets 150 mg and vitamin D3 60k once a month, calcium tablets daily enough to treat osteoporosis? I am male, 30. Can it be cured?
Depends: For a male your age to have osteoporosis, there is likely to be more factors involved. Consider and test for copper deficiency. Also take magnesium daily, vitamin K2 daily, and some vitamin A occasionally. Strontium can also be useful, as well as boron. Avoid drinking coca cola or pepsi, as these damage your bones mineral balance. ...Read more
Male 30, osteoporosis. T- score at left femur neck is -2.5 with BMD at 0.747 g/cm2. Can it be cured? On cal, vit d3 and Ibandronic acid medication.
Wow: that is quite unusually bad. Congenital bone problems (familial ricketts) or liver or kidney disease, abnormality of minerals abnormal hormones (hyperparathyroidism) or other secondary cause would be reasonable to look into. In which case, yes, could be cured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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