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Dear Milly,

I have not had to take a drug like Boniva, or Evista. After having my complete hysterectomy, I did have some bone loss. I was shocked when at 43 year of old I had what they called the onset of osteopenia. That was quite shocking to discover. In fact, you can go read my story about that if you want to, and see what happened to me:
I was able to grow my bone back without taking one of those drugs. I just needed to be balanced hormonally. And I swear, that in my case it had to do with the teeny tiny amount of compounded testosterone cream that I am still taking--I'm sure that it helped with my bone health, and it certainly worked for me. Granted, everyone is different and I'm not a physician, but I do want you to know what worked for me. That doesn't mean it will work for everyone, but it did grow my bones back, to the surprise of the radiologist and my doctors! Best in health, Michelle

August 3, 2008 - 10:02pm


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