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Osteoporosis is characterized by porous, brittle bones caused by bone tissue deterioration. This progressive bone loss increases one’s risk for fractures, especially in the wrist, spine, and hip.

Osteoporosis often develops silently over years without symptoms until a sudden fracture occurs or pain and bone deformities appear. The disease is caused by an imbalance between bone resorption and formation, frequently associated with aging, hormonal changes, poor nutrition, and other disorders.

Preventing bone density loss through proper diet, exercise, and lifestyle is generally more effective than treating advanced osteoporosis, since it’s easier to prevent bone loss than to restore density. However, there are several therapies that can slow further bone loss or even help rebuild bone density when started early.


  • Boniva
  • Forteo
  • Prolia
  • Reclast

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