Can some types of osteoporosis drugs actually hurt my bones?
Answers from Kurt A. Kennel, M.D.
Certain types of osteoporosis drugs have been associated with an increased risk of two rare but serious problems — osteonecrosis of the jaw and an unusual type of fracture in the upper thigh bone (femur).
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Written by Ryan Wallace
Medically Reviewed by George T. Krucik, MD, MBA on April 14, 2015
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