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    Old 01-09-2014, 07:02 AM   #1
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    Bone Density effecting bone healing?

    2010 i had surgery on my right foot and it healed at normal rates and with mild narcotics the pain was manageable. in 2012 i lost 30 pounds (from 130-100) so i was severely underweight and i was diagnosed with osteopenia. i just had the same surgery on my left foot and the pain is substantially worse. y'all think there's any chance that the bone density has made the healing process worse, longer, and more painful?

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    Old 04-10-2014, 12:05 AM   #2
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    Re: Bone Density effecting bone healing?

    If you want make your bones strong and want to prevent Osteoporosis then you need to follow diet plan and exercise. Supplements can also be helpful in this case...

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    bone density, bunion surgery, flat foot reconstruction, osteopenia

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