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Well the risks return to normal when you discontinue the therapy with omeprazole.
The proposed mechanism by which PPI's cause "osteoporosis" (which simply means reduced bone density) is reduced acidity in the stomach. Calcium requires relatively acidic environment to get absorbed completely and its absorption is reduced as the stomach PH increases (becomes more basic).
So logically when you dont take omeprazole, the PH goes down (become acidic) and the absorption of the calcium is once again restored back to normal.
Calcium and vitamin D ---- both are standard treatments for osteoporosis and since you have already taken these, yes, your risks of getting an osteoporotic fracture are greatly reduced.
Daily exercise, diet rich in calcium and vitamin D will always help your bones.
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