Understanding Osteoporosis

Bone Density Test

Have you been told you have osteoporosis? If so, you are not alone. Right now, some 9 million people in the US are estimated to have osteoporosis.1

As you and your healthcare team discuss options moving forward, we thought you might want more insight into osteoporosis, including what the symptoms are, what the risk factors are, and how osteoporosis is diagnosed. That’s what you’ll find in this section.

  1. National Osteoporosis Foundation [Internet]. Press release, NOF releases updated data and national breakdown of adults age 50 and older affected by osteoporosis and low bone mass; 2013 Nov 1 [cited 2014 Mar 3]. Available from: http://nof.org/news/1648.

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