Treatment: Alendronic Acid (Fosamax)

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Alendronic Acid (Fosamax)

Alendronic acid, or Fosamax, is a bisphosphonate drug, which helps prevent the loss of bone mass. It is used to treat and prevent various bone diseases. Alendronic acid is often available in combination with vitamin D.

Alendronic Acid (Fosamax) is most frequently used to treat the following conditions by our membersLogin to add your rating >

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    Osteoporosis

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