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  • Osteoporosis is a disorder of the bones in which the bones become brittle, weak, and easily damaged or broken.
  • Bone mass (bone density) reaches its peak around age 25, and decreases after age 35 years and decreases more rapidly in women after menopause.
  • Risk factors for osteoporosis include genetics, lack of exercise, lack of calcium and vitamin D, cigarette smoking , excessive alcohol consumption, and family history of osteoporosis.
  • Patients with osteoporosis may have no symptoms until bone fractures occur.
  • Osteoporosis may be diagnosed using X-rays but it is more likely to be detected with DEXA scans which measure bone density.
  • Treatments for osteoporosis include prescription osteoporosis medications, quitting smoking, and getting appropriate exercise, calcium, and vitamin D.

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