Ask the doctor: What's the best drug for brittle bones?
Jan 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily Mail
However, he thinks the NHS will be reluctant to sanction this, and I'll be allowed only a yearly intravenous infusion of zoledronic acid.
It really depends on what works for you. Each patient is different and each drug will affect you in different ways. Many Fosamax lawsuits are based on this principle, some people use Fosamax and have good results while other suffer from side effects like femur fractures and ONJ. http://www.rotlaw.com/fosamax/
There is no absolute best cure for treating brittle bones. Whatever works best for you is what you should take with physicians advice. If you can tolerate Fosamax better than Denosumab for instance then you drink Fosamax. Or if strontium citrate is your preference based on results and experience then go for that. That said, you read up more about Fosamax problems here: http://fosamaxbonefractures.typepad.com/blog/
Every person has individual medical needs, and only a doctor who has a comprehensive medical history may know what to recommend. In addition, medications may vary in effect to every person. While Fosamax has worked wonders for some people, it may not predict the same outcome to others. Some have reported incidence of low-impact fractures that led to lawsuits. http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net may have relevant information pertaining to Fosamax and its side effects, as well as legal actions taken by some users.
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