Prolia Injections And Patient Having Chronic Pancreatitis Risk

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Gypsy Says:


I have had chronic pancreatitis since I was 22. years old and now am 67 years old,history of fractures,post menopausal osteoporosis and it is in the DNA with both my mother and her mother having osteoporosis. Will it be a risk having the PROLIA when I already have the pancreatitis,asymptomatic as I have been on enzymes since my first acute attack. Also I have ME and chemical sensitivities,leaky gut,writable bowel syndrome,chronic anaemia on its treatment. What would my risk be with the PROLIA as I would like to prevent a hip fracture. However I have had many side affects to drugs. Appreciate any information as would like to make an educated formed decision. Many Thanks for your support and site



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Gypsy! How are you?

It's not a high risk, but there is a chance it could worsen the pancreatitis, or do damage to your pancreas.

The best suggestion I can make is that you sit down with your doctor to get a good picture of the possible risks and benefits, that way you can make a fully informed decision on what would be best for you.

Have you already had fractures?

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