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Alexis Says:
 
Would like to know of side effects after Prolia infusion from other persons. Up to now I have none.

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Susan Says:
 
Don't pay any attention to the reply from Alexis
She obvisouly works for the company that supplies this stuff

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DPGirl Says:
 
Have you done the Forteo injections, I had no side effects just hassle of
doing them every nite for 2 years. But they are what really put my numbers
back in place.

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Jill Says:
 
Thank you for recommending Boniva. I will check into it.

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DPGirl Says:
 
Do not do it! Read all the adverse side effects, not worth it! It is poison!
Take Boniva and Forteo Injections, they helped me most!

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Jill Says:
 
Side effects? My doc has recommended I take this drug but after reading all the postings here I'm afraid to start. I took Actonel and Fosomax for years which didn't improve my osteoporosis. Of course, the doc says that none of his patients have complained of any adverse side effects. Not sure what to do. My osteoporosis keeps getting worse year by year. I exercise, am thin and eat healthy.

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Dori Says:
 
Did you drink 2 to 3 glasses of water BEFORE the injection. I was told that drinking the water helps prevent side effects and my doc has had no patients with side effects if they drank the water.

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Lola Says:
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Buddah, could you please tell us about your experience with PROLIA: How many shots did you get? Did you have any sideffects? What benefits did you get, if any? My experience with PROLIA is an absolute tragedy. I had a single injection of PROLIA 11 months ago and this poison still remains in my body. I am still suffering badly of side effects which I never had before the injection, i. e. pain in my bones and muscles, skin inflammation, hair loss and a floater in my eye. I hope this poison didn't permanently damaged my immune system and will wear off eventually.

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Buddah Says:
 
You cant judge a product after 8 days. Impossible!. Did you read up up side effects before. Sometimes you just read and then think you have them Even an Asprin can have terrible side effect...but in most cases very rare. Just like Prolia.

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ANTONETTE ROYCE Says:
 
DO NOT TAKE IT AGAIN ! ! ! IT IS POISON TO US !

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Susan Says:
 
I don't know where your Dentist got his info but I'm of the Prolia shot now for almost 30 months and still suffering the same side effects after shot 1,2 and 3.

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Joyce Says:
 
My dentist told me , 18 months before prolia leaves body . UNLESS you go in hyperbariatric chamber . Only way to have dental work .

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Lala Says:
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I think that every body reacts differently. It's scary. It has been over 6 months since my only Prolia injection, although I am better, I am still afraid of any long term loss of health. Don't take any of this type of meds, there is not enough scientific trials to justify the negative side effects. Everyone impacted by Prolia should report it to the FDA and to the labs, as some day, we will be able to prove the harmful poison of this medicine. Have faith and remember that we are our best advocate for our health. Good luck.

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twobid Says:
 
I have been curious to find out how long Prolia stays in the body. There are some reports of 6 months, 8 months and even one reference to 18 months. Where can I find out this information?

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AMS Says:
 
I have only recently started following this thread, having had three Prolia injections. You mentioned hair loss, has it regrown or are you still having this problem. I had not previously related my hair loss to the injection. Having read a lot of these comments am now convinced it probably was related. Also note a couple of other things, a couple of episodes of back pain, a couple of incidents of the sharp pain in the area of one ear, plus a UTI - all of which others have mentioned. Now having to rethink ongoing treatments,

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antonette royce Says:
 
Yes DO NOT TAKE anymore PROLIA !!! Many I know have had necrosis and all the bad side effects people have listed before me ! I'm due for another shot of something, we had to wait 2 yrs. before another med for osteoporosis. Now the MD wants me to take RECLAST again ! But breaking the femur (long bone in leg) happens frequently, and then the jaw problems start. I never had a jaw problem since TMJ surgery in 1987, but since PROLIA, I've been having teeth pain, I need an implant (which I will not waste 3 grand on, as my tooth is in the back of my mouth. And who knows how long before I'll get osteonecrosis and lose more teeth ! The RECLAST has the exact same side effects as PROLIA, so I'm all messed up about what med to take anymore. I know RECLAST is used for chemo, in cancer patients, they just give me a lower dose, but it's still chemo !! Good Luck to all of us that are guina pigs for these meds ! The MD'S have no other med to offer except the cancer meds. Sad story !

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Lala Says:
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I had only 1 injection but the side effects have been great. My mouth still is seriously bothering me. I am afraid of necrosis. I had lost two teeth and my dentist is seriously concerned. Pain in my left thigh is impacting my walking. Sometimes, I can't barely eat chicken or even any kind of steak as I worry that I would loose more teeth or any dental work. Now I need an implant. My rheumatologist stopped the prolia after my last visit to my dentist. I am only on calcium, vitamjn D and exercise. I also been able to loose weight. But my thyroid has been uncontrolled and therefore has been weak. I insist on not taking Prolia. I will be calling the FDA and the pharmaceutical company to report this poison. For your information, I have Crest, Raynauds and Osteoporosis. Good luck to everyone! Remember that we are our best advocate for our health! Research every medication you are prescribed before taking anything.

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Lola Says:
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I had a single injection of PROLIA 10 months ago and this poison still remains in my body. I am still suffering badly of side effects which I never had before the injection, i. e. pain in my bones and muscles, skin inflammation, hair loss and a floater in my eye. I hope this poison didn't permanently damaged my immune system and will wear off eventually. What a disappointment!!!!

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AMS Says:
 
I have had three, maybe four Prolia injections and have had a few issues. The main one being hair falling. I have weak thin hair at the best of times but it started to shed really badly. Went to a dermatologist who thought it could have been Lipitor. So stopped taking that, but hair loss continued. I now think it was the Prolia. I was due to have another shot in November, but have declined it so far. Hair seems to have stopped falling as much but I am 4 months past the expiry of the last treatment, and my GP originally told me it does not stay in the system, like some other medications do. I am thinking I will decline further Prolia, but have a dermatologist appointment and will ask her opinion. Only other symptoms I can think are also related are a couple of episodes of sever back pain, not just an ache but real pain. These were not related to anything I had done, or overdone at the time.

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jussi Says:
 
You are an agent of medical industry !!!!
Don`t come hear to advertise Prolia is good !!!!

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Niki Says:
 
I too want to know. Premerin seems to be banned since an old study indicated hormones caused increased cancer. However, the latest thinking is that this doesnt affect those who have had a early hysterectomy. I had a total hysterectomy in my early 40's. My doc advised me to stay on low-dose Premerin .025 daily for the rest of my life and not to let any physician talk me into using a combination estrogen/progesterin pill, since that is what was causing an increase in the cancer risks. My doc died,, and getting Premerin became impossible. No doc would do it. A specialist recently told me that some researchers are reconsidering the use of the hormone since the current osteo meds have fallen from grace - especially for those who had early menopause. We have been mislead. All these meds were advertised as "cures". Forteo is the newest experimental drug, the first to claim to "build" new bone, vs. "stop the shedding of old bone". Thicker bones doesn't mean "stronger" bones, and unfortunately, for Forteo, in some cases of early testing with mice(?) the bone wont stop growing when drug is stopped.....hence - bone cancer. Ugh. I am speechless to recognize how we are experimented on, how information is so hard to find. I was on Miacalcin for 10 years when suddenly studies said to "stop". Throughout those 10 years my osteoporosis kept getting worse with each scan. Then I was tested for Vitamin D. I had almost zero! Now I am on Rx for it and it is normal. Bottom line is I feel, if I had continued on the premerin,, had adequate vit D, and C, and exercised properly, I wouldnt be in this state. I am 75 years old,, have terrible IBS, had double bowel obstruction 10 yrs ago, just last month had my 3rd hospitalization for diverticulitis, and/or adhesions) my osteo is so severe they fear spinal collapse. However I do not have any pain in my back, my spine, my hips, my legs. I guess I cant see the logic of taking a drug like Prolia if there is a risk of such terrible side effects as described on this forum.

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