Prolia For Osteoporosis, I Don't Think It's A Good Drug To Take. Reclast Has It's Own Problems

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ANTONETTE RNC BS CS Says:


IT SEEMS THAT AFTER READING ALL THE REMARKS ON HERE THAT NONE OF US SHOULD CONTINUE ON WITH THIS DRUG !!! IT'S RUNNING HAVOC ON ALL OF THOSE WHO HAVE TAKEN IT. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO TAKE NEXT, BUT I KNOW ENOUGH NOT TO TAKE ANYMORE OF "THESE CANCER DRUGS ! " PERHAPS THERE IS NOTHING LEFT FOR ME TO TAKE, IN ANY CASE IT WILL NOT BE A DRUG USED FOR CANCER !!! OUR BODIES ARE FIGHTING PROLIA, SO IT SEEMS THAT IT IS NO GOOD FOR US W/OSTEOPOROSIS. THERE WILL MOST LIKELY BE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT ABOUT PROLIA IN THE NEAR FUTURE.



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David Says:

Even though litigation is the usual course of action for many drugs like Prolia, what I find to be sad, is that when it comes down to finding something else that works, doctors go ahead and prescribe another medication with just as many side effects; starting what could be a vicious cycle.

One way to avoid problems like this is to take other approaches to healing our bodies. Nature treatment options for osteoporosis also tend to be much less invasive than Prolia shots.

The following article from UMM even offers some excellent suggestions for treating osteoporosis without having to rely on medications like Prolia: edu/health/medical/altmed/condition/osteoporosis

I hope this helps and wish you good luck in finding something that works!

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Venita Says:

I've been in terrible trouble from Prolia since November 2017. I'm on my second picc line for IV Invanz. Has anyone come across a class action lawsuit against Prolia? It is ruining my life.

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