OsteoLink is an initiative of the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF)
and the Division of Bone Disease at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva.

Blogs are your personal space on OsteoLink. Here you can post your stories, thoughts, pictures and ideas for others to read and comments on. Here is the place where you can tell others about yourself as well as share advice about living with osteoporosis. Your family and friends can keep up to date with how you are doing by reading your blogs. Blogs are available for everyone to see. For help on creating a Blog click here.

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    Hello, I am a citizen of the United States enrolled in a graduate Health Education program at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio specializing in disease states such as osteoporosis. In my research, I have found a lack of U.S. legislation for f...

    By: VMAB | Posted: Apr 27 2013

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    Just Diagnosed

    Hi, I am 41 and have just been diagnosed with Osteoporosis - I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's (underactive thyroid) disease about 13 years ago and have been taking Thyroxine medication to treat this, however was very surprised to learn just recently ...

    By: kylie  | Posted: Apr 09 2013

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    New to Osteoporosis

    I have just been diagnose with Osteoporosis which came as a shock, as i was taking calcium supplements. The doctor has prescribed actonel, so far no side affects.

    By: marlene redding | Posted: Mar 28 2013

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    osteo question

      I am 50 years old and was diagnosed with osteoporosis 2 weeks ago. dxa scan shows -2.5 in both hips. I am now taking calcium citrate and vit-d supplements. Dr thinks this was caused by being underweight. 2.5 yrs ago I dropped down to 53 kg from 79...

    By: David Cargill | Posted: Mar 05 2013

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    Recently diagnosed

    I am 59 years old and was diagnosed with osteoporosis a few months ago, after being in the osteopenia range for four years.  I haven't had any broken bones, (thank goodness), I simply decided to have a bone scan four years ago due to my age and be...

    By: Sandra Lees | Posted: Mar 05 2013