First Menopause And Then Osteoporosis

Low bone density can place a person at risk of suffering from osteoporosis. Agueda Hernández, Medical doctor at Baptist Health Primary Care, defines the illness as thinning of the bone. "After menopause, bone loss accelerates greatly", she says. Some steps to improve bone health are the following: calcium and vitamin D, weight bearing and muscle-strengthening exercises, and to take an osteoporosis medication.

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