Prolia Injections

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Antonette Says:

AFTER READING ALL THE ABOVE, I DON'T KNOW IF I WANT A 2ND SHOT OF THIS STUFF !! I THOUGHT RECLAST WAS BAD ENOUGH, BUT THIS IS WORSE !!! I was aware of osteonecrosis & urinary tract infections, I said oh, I get those anyway. But after the 1st shot , I feel like I went to hell for a week. Now just getting back to myself again, no more headache & nausea everyday. This is a real dillemma for me, b/c I had a total hyst @ 18, and have been on pills 45 yrs, which I can no longer take. So what's next ???

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry that you've been through so much. You're not the only one that's had such complaints about the Prolia injections.

Have you considered looking into the natural bio-identical hormones as an option?

You should check with your doctor to make sure that it is safe for you to try them, but they are generally considered safer than the synthetic hormones that are available by prescription and have successfully helped many woman.

The natural ones are even available over the counter and can be purchases in your local vitamin/supplement store or ordered online.

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Antonette Royce RNC BS CS Says:

THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE. But since I had a hyst @ 18 (48 yrs. ago) and have been on yrs of reclast & bisphosphanates, noe Prolia, there is nothing I'm not willing to try that's "real".. I just feel my body has been abused by all this damn modern medicine for too many yrs. And WHO do you trust anymore ? The doctors don't even know all that is to know about these meds, before "trying" them out on patients ! Antonette :-)

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kristine Says:

Hello there..... Have added my comments on this PROLIA, a prescription I was handed and immediately did my research and...... NO, to Prolia..... Just read here all the contra indications, more negatives than pros. The side effects are just too great. What is next ? Well, have been reading in DEPTH, the body requires minerals and vitamins & calcium, we do not get the sufficient requirements through our food, so supplementation is required along with weight bearing exercises. I, personally am looking toward.......NEW CHAPTER BONE STRENGTH, proven to increase bone density. Dr. OZ also had special mention of this product.... to buy it in health store is approx. $46 for 120 tabs. CHEAPER TO FIND ON THE INTERNET, unless one can work out a bargain and get it in bulk at your store....... Another product is.... AOR BONE BASICS, again increases bone density.....CHECK OUT THESE TWO.......Along with Vit D3, minerals,vitamins,calcium and daily exercise, it IS possible to go this route WITHOUT the side effects of these dangerous drugs, namely prolia, Fosamax and a whole host of others. I sit here with a 5 page summary of prolia and talk about dangers of...No thank you.......Talk about risk and consequence. You decide for yourself.....Hope this assists you and the many others wondering the same.....ONE MUST DO RESEARCH AND ****KNOW**** what one is putting inside of their bodies. GOOD Luck !

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