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Can you just stop taking prolia?

You can just stop the Prolia, but if the pain is being caused by Prolia, then it may not go away right away with stopping Prolia. I am certain that my bone pain was caused by Prolia.

How long will the side effects of Prolia last? According to Dr. Rick Adachi from Osteoporosis Canada, in the rare cases when they occur, Prolia side effects last up to three months. They do not persist for more than six months (the length of the Prolia treatment).

Should I keep taking Fosamax for my osteoporosis? Fosamax is used in women to treat or prevent osteoporosis caused by menopause and in men and women to treat osteoporosis caused by taking steroids. Fosamax is also used to increase bone mass in men who have osteoporosis, and to treat Paget’s disease of bone in men and women. Warnings. You should not take Fosamax if you have problems with your esophagus, or low levels of calcium in your blood. Do not take Fosamax if you cannot sit upright or stand for at least 30 minutes after taking the

How many years can you take Prolia? Long-term use of bisphosphonates increases the risk of fractures so they should not be used beyond 3-5 years. Prolia, with the generic name Denosumab, is a type of monoclonal antibody, which stops the natural breakdown of bones. Prolia is injected two times per year.

How long should you take certain osteoporosis drugs? Bisphosphonates, the most common type of osteoporosis medications, are typically taken for three to five years. After that, your doctor will consider your risk factors in determining whether you should continue to take these or other osteoporosis medications.

Can I stop taking Prolia?

Can I stop taking Prolia? Your risk of bone fractures can increase when you stop using Prolia. Do not stop using this medicine without first talking to your doctor. If you keep this medicine at home, store it in the original container in a refrigerator. Protect from light and do not freeze.

Does Prolia really work? Prolia works by decreasing bone breakdown in your body. This leads to reduced bone loss and helps to treat osteoporosis. Prolia is given by healthcare providers as an injection under your skin (called a subcutaneous injection ).

Is Prolia an opioid? Prolia is a so-called monoclonal antibody — a fully human, lab-produced antibody that inactivates the body’s bone-breakdown mechanism. It’s the first “biologic therapy” to be approved for osteoporosis treatment. Prolia is approved only for specific types of patients:

Does Prolia cause hip pain? Let your healthcare provider know if you have unexplained groin, hip, or thigh pain, as these are sometimes signs of thigh fractures. As with many other osteoporosis medications, Prolia has (in rare cases) caused a condition called osteonecrosis of the jaw.