Osteoporosis Treatment
Krystina Ostermeyer
Krystina Ostermeyer
July 9, 2018
Once you’ve lost bone density, you can’t regain it. However, osteoporosis treatment includes lifestyle changes and medications to help slow its progress.

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Menopause and Osteoporosis

The Menopause and Osteoporosis Connection

Bone health is directly tied to estrogen, so it's no surprise that menopause and osteoporosis are so closely linked. Do you know your osteoporosis risk?
146 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on May 31, 2016
Understanding Senile Osteoporosis

Understanding Senile Osteoporosis

Senile osteoporosis, also referred to as degenerative osteoporosis, occurs as a result of aging and wear and tear on the bones.
88 found this helpful by Patricia Bratianu on June 17, 2015
Secondary Osteoporosis vs. Primary Oteoporosis

Secondary Osteoporosis vs. Primary Osteoporosis

Secondary osteoporosis refers to osteoporosis caused by another illness, medications, and diet. It may occur in combination with primary osteoporosis.
25 found this helpful by Patricia Bratianu on May 20, 2015
What Causes Osteoporosis?

What Causes Osteoporosis?

The term osteoporosis means porous bone, which is an exact description of what the condition is. Osteoporosis is a common affliction, which is preventable.
172 found this helpful by Patricia Bratianu on April 29, 2015
Raising Awareness

Raising Awareness

By learning more about raising awareness for Osteoporosis, you can do your part in creating education regarding this debilitating disease.
152 found this helpful by Amy Manley on January 14, 2015
Impact of Estrogen

Impact of Estrogen

Is there a connection between estrogen and osteoporosis? Let’s see what scientists have to say.
94 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on December 3, 2014
Celiac Disease and Osteoporosis

Celiac Disease

Celiac disease can cause osteoporosis because consumed nutrients are inefficiently absorbed. Bone loss or lack of bone development can result.
138 found this helpful by Yvonne Banks on August 26, 2014