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What Three Things Can Parents Do To Increase A Childs Chance Of An Osteoporosis Free Life
Good regular exercise
adequate vitd and calcium intake would go a long way toward your goal. ...Read more
DIet, no exercise &: An unhealthy diet is the biggest risk for osteoporosis. Sugar, sodas, excessive meat/protein, coffee, alcohol & smoking all acidify your body & leach calcium from bones. Lack of regular exercise & deficiencies of vit d & k also increase risk, as can malabsorption. See http://doctorklaper. Com/answers05.Html & http://www. Drdach. Com/wst_page6.Html. ...Read more
How safe is tooth extraction for someone with osteoporosis? I've read that it increases the chances of breaking your jaw during the procedure, but by how much? I was diagnosed about two years ago, and my doctor says reclast has helped, but my bones are st
Patients taking bisphosphonates for osteoporosis are at greater risk for osteonecrosis of the jaw from surgical procedures. The injectables or IV meds are most likely to cause problems. The oral meds are not as bad for complications.
Your dr. May take you off Reclast (zoledronic acid) for a period of time before the extraction.
Please discuss this w your physician and oral surgeon! Good luck! ...Read more
No: You are probably concerned that the drug may reduce your absorption of dietary calcium. This is definitely not true of the most common generic, verapamil, and unlikely to be true of any of this drug class. If you wish to have a copy of the relevant literature, send me a request. The calcium pump, which absorbs the nutrient, differs from the channel these drugs block. ...Read more
Not enough: The way I like to explain it...Calcium is a building block of bone. The problem is having the building block around isn't enough. You also need a medication to stimulate the incorporation into the bone. Also having vitamin d around is important, so you can absorb the calcium. Plus low calcium or vitamin d will stimulate a gland (parathyroid) to leach calcium from the bone. ...Read more
I broke my tibia bone in half three months after I founnd I have osteoporosis. Should it still hurt after 1 1/2 years?
Possible nonunion: The tibia is notorious for not healing. It's possible that it never healed and you've developed a nonunion, for several different reasons. I'd make an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon to evaluate why you're still having pain in your tibia. ...Read more
I have osteoporosis in my hip, been diagnost. I like to walk at least three miles a day, but for the past few months, I have pain after my walk.
Higher risk: You are at a higher risk than if your mother did not have it. ...Read more
What other medical risks increase after menopause? I know my risk of osteoporosis has increased now that I've gone through menopause. Are there any other health problems I need to be concerned about as well? .
That: That is an excellent question. Cardiovascular risks also increase, for stroke and myocardial infarction (heart attack). Of course eating well and keeping weight under control are helpful, but some physicians also advise that their patients take a baby Aspirin a day, which can help prevent stroke and heart problems. Patients with an Aspirin sensitivity, ulcers, or bleeding problems of course can't take aspirin, but most patients can take a baby Aspirin a day with no problem. Be sure your mammogram and colonoscopies are up to date as well. ...Read more
I have osteoporosis, and three compressed fractures. Should one keep working or is resting better while healing?
Rest if recent.: If the fractures occurred in the recent past (1-2 months) you should avoid stress to the back. Generally healing and a reduction in pain takes 2 months. A bone density test should be done as medication is likely to be needed. Even after healing care should be taken to avoid stress to the back such as twisting, bending and lifting heavy weights. ...Read more
See your doctor: Your doctor can help determine if the "hunched" appearance is simply bad posture, or if you already have compressed backbones due to osteoporosis. S/he can also talk to you about tests for bone loss, and many different treatment options if you have this. If it is just bad posture, exercises may help. However some exercises may worsen the problem if osteoporosis is present. See your doctor first. ...Read more
I'm a 30 year old male with three disk fused too getheir lower back I have osteoporosis can workout my lower back and strength it?
I am a 30 year old male with osteoporosis my back is fused with three spine l5-l4-l3 and I have two rods in my back can I workout my lower back?
Not advised: You can but there is no need resistance training of a surgically stiffened and altered spine that has been contrived not to move y the plan of surgery was to stiffen your spine and protect your nerves more risk than benifit my opinion if you had your knee fused would you go to the gym to build your quad? For your back I recommend swimming pilates only if you have to do something low impact. ...Read more
Osteoporosis caused by severe vit d def in young adults wts recovery time and time increase bone density?
Various patients =: -different periods of time. U must find out why U R V-Deficient. Then supliment, also avoid alcohol, smoking, caffeine. Also bran cereal inhibits calcium absorption. Avoid biking & perform weight bearing exercise. Also weight lifting will prevent myopenia, (muscle mass & strength loss) & is also stressing the non- weight bearing bones & build up bone strength as well. It happens over time & is slo ...Read more
Does being underweight mean your body will take out minerals from the bone to keep you alive and therefore increase risk of osteoporosis?
Underweight? Bones: 16F from down under asks if being underweight mean your body will take out minerals from the bone to keep you alive and therefore increase risk of osteoporosis? ANS: if you are starving completely or severe eating disorder and weight loss then may be happening. Discuss with your Dr. ...Read more
I am 44. My health is okay but I am in a wheelchair. I have been dairy free without calcium supplementation for over a year. I have started getting cavities all of a sudden. Is osteoporosis highly likely at this point? My mom has it.
Possibly: Really two separate things. Being in a wheelchair without regular weight bearing and low calcium intake may put you at increased risk for osteoporosis. Cavities are usually not related to osteoporosis, although some component of dental disease can occur if the bone quality of the mandible becomes severely affected. Consider a bone density test to check for osteoporosis. Thanks for question. ...Read more
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