At first, a bone density scan may seem unnecessary when you’re living with osteoporosis. You can find out some valuable information, though. The lower your bone density is, the higher the risk of fractures can be. You can track your bone density as you try exercising and as you make changes to your nutrition to find out if you're bone density is increasing or staying the same. You should also take precautions if you're at a higher risk for fractures. A cane, for example, might help you to avoid falling and can also be used to help you get up from a sitting position.
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