how many cases of femur fracture from fosamax?

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Answered: Distal femur fracture

Most femoral diaphyseal fractures are treated surgically with intramedullary nails or plate fixation. The goal of treatment is reliable anatomic stabilization, allowing mobilization as soon as possible. Surgical stabilization is also important for early extremity function, allowing both hip and knee ...

Answered: I see fosamax has a lot of problems. is it safe to use?

Like most medications, there are side effects to taking fosamax, and a certain degree of risk, possible side effects are femur fractures and osteonecrosis of the jaw, as documented in several Fosamax Lawsuits. It's best to consult a doctor to determine how much of a risk it is for you as it will ...

Answered: After 2 normal bone density tests, can I safely stop taking Fosamax?

Probably yes, but you can ask first for your doctor. I had read certain blogs and articles on the web which taking fosamax for too long can make your bone brittle and can experience bone fracture. Aside from that there are many fosamax side effects that can be harmful to your bones. However, you ...

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Answered: I fractured (spiral fracture) my tibula July 4th. My doctor put me in a

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Answered: What activities can one do with rod in femur?

Ask your doctor about what activities are too risky. I would guess that walking and swimming would be recommended, and perhaps dancing. I would guess that high impact activities would be discouraged, like skydiving, football, and perhaps basketball. Running might be too much impact. Table tennis ...
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Continuing training with Shin Stress fracture

You can permanently injure your shins to the point that just walking will be painful. You should really see your doctor to see how much damage you've already done. Good luck.

I NEED A LAWYER now! Why am I always being turned down.I have a valied

Easy questions get quick answers. Yours is not a Wikipedia question. An attorney might turn you down if they don't think you have a good case, or if it is outside their experience. They might turn you down if you don't have a doctor who would testify that it is malpractice. Or they might turn ...

When you have a stress fracture does pain move around in your foot

A stress fracture will be located on a particular bone of the the foot, and the feet may even have multiple stress fractures. However the pain will not move position, although the pain may radiate out from the point of the fracture. For more information on stress fractures of the foot have a look at ...

what does it mean if a court is having a " read-in disposition" in a

I think you mean a deposition, a statement by a witness who is not present.