I've told you in the past about the popular drug Fosamax. This osteoporosis drug causes a painful condition called osteonecrosis. The condition literally causes decay and crumbling of jaw bone. I want to warn you again about this drug and its "side effect." That's because once you develop the condition, there is no good treatment.
Some people find this out the hard way. Take Shala for example. She took Fosamax for several years until she woke up one morning with excruciating pain in her jaw.
She took antibiotics, had repeat surgeries, she even had treatment in a hyperbaric chamber, and acupuncture. But they all failed to help her.
A new group of surgeons replaced part of her jaw with a titanium plate secured with metal hinges. But the decay and infections had caused a permanent loss of sensation on the right side of her lip and face, as well as the loss of several teeth.
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I doubt that Shala was a Second Opinion reader. I predicted bone complications years ago. Why? Bisphosphonate drugs kill osteoclasts – which are bone remodeling cells. Your bones might get denser, but more brittle. And your jaw is subject to tremendous pressure from chewing. Since bone density is the target, not bone quality, the FDA approved the drug. That's how our idiotic system works.
If you want to avoid osteoporosis, don't take Fosamax. The repercussions could significantly alter your life for the worse. Instead, follow the recommendations I list on my website and in the free reports you get when you subscribe to my newsletter. And, for added protection, we're seeing incredible results with Ultimate Bone Support and the Power Plate (888-713-0495). Some women have seen a complete reversal of their osteoporosis using this combination.
Yours for better health and medical freedom,