Fosamax (Thread 161586)

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To view all the possible side effects and other information regarding Fosamax, you can click on the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Alendronate/­

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Body pain and weakness. Have taken Fosamax 3 times. All of a sudden a "wave" comes over me. I get real weak and I feel like I have the flu. My bones, joints, skin, hair all ache. I have to take 2 aspirin and go sit down. Then being so week, I fall asleep. After approx 30 minutes I feel better and carry on! Does anyone else have these symptons? Never had this prior to taking the med.

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