... My doc put on prolia shots. .. Started having shortness of breath & hoarseness & sore throat. Seen a pulmonary doc. Still not well.

Prolia. That agent has a lot of side effects. If you are still having symptoms should see your doc again. More steps may be appropriate to clarify what is going on.

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