Anti-Osteoporosis Drugs Found To Be Dangerous

 Fosamax, Actonel, and Reclast Under Fire

osteoporosis drugs/medications/side effectsA recent government study has found that taking anti-osteoporosis drugs such as Fosamax, Actonel and Reclast for 3 to 5 years may actually do more harm than good reports The New England Journal of Medicine.

These medications may be particularly harmful to people with only mild bone loss and it is suggested that younger people with mild bone loss should probably not even be on these medications.  However, post-menopausal women with significant bone loss benefit greatly from the medications.

Any women on anti-osteoporosis drugs for more than three years are strongly advised to consult their doctor.

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