How do you know if you've had bone loss due to osteopenia?

A bone density/BTM. A DXA bone density is the best way to identify if you have osteopenia. You will be evaluated with a frax if you do your DXA at the right place. You should get a complete copy of your report including the graphics. This is needed to estimate your fracture risk. The world health organization (who) has developed a fracture risk profile the frax. Bad news medicare has decreased payment too low.
Dexa Study. Dexa study easily measures bone mineral density.
Bone densitometry. A bone densitometry test can make that determination and compare any previous tests to the latest one for determining rate of bone loss. (osteopenia).