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Osteoporosis in males. I am 51 and was diagnosed with osteoporosis caused perhaps by hypercalciuria and low testosterone. Any advice?
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Posted by JC
on May 31, 2000 at 17:51:50:
I am a male, 51, who was diagnosed with osteoporosis--generally a 25% loss. I am still undergoing tests, but so far they have indicated too much calcium excretion in the urine and low testosterone. Has anyone heard of osteoporosis being caused by either of these disorders? What treatment has anyone received for osteoporosis either with or without a cause, that has helped their condition and how long did it take to show improvement. So far I was prescribed a loss dosage dieuretic for the calcium excretion. Thank you for any advice.
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