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Dr., Do you have time to read this article? It tells all

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Dr. David, Do you have time to read this article? It tells all different ways that zometa can stop DTC's. But what worries me, is a lot of them say that zometa needs high bone turnover to work. We
know that I must have had really really low bone turnover because of my dense bones. Of course now I am in menopause because my ovaries are removed. But what if there is something really weird going on with my bones, and the bone turnover STAYS LOW??? Then
the zometa won't work. Or do you think the other mechanisms mentioned are enough to kill the DTC's? I'm really interested in your opinion.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 1 year ago.

This is Dr. David

no, I don't have time to read the article.

you have worried about your bone turn over before.

you need to stop reading these articles.

there is nothing really weird with your bones.

the zometa will work for you.