Bone Density Test for Osteoporosis

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Bone density decreases over time and become more prone to fractures.  While women are twice as likely to experience a bone fracture, both men and women should consider having a bone density test to determine whether they have osteoporosis or a bone density number that they should be worried about. Certainly, if you are younger than 50 years old, your bone mass should still be in good shape that you shouldn’t need to worry.  However, if you have a family history of osteoporosis, a woman over 65 years old, or a man over 70, you should have a bone density test.  Knowing that you have osteoporosis or low bone density can guide you toward the best treatment to lower your risk of bone fractures.

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