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Re: serotonin and bone density

Posted by Phillipa on December 6, 2008, at 10:55:34

In reply to Re: serotonin and bone density Larry Hoover, posted by Quintal on December 6, 2008, at 10:20:47

Do have osteoporosis. But low levels of SSRI's increasing now but that doesn't mean that it would affects to bones does it. Endo attributes to synthroid and hasimotos thyroiditis and suggests vita D with Cal and mg. Can't afford the pricey boniva and actonel and too many abd side effects. Know serotonin levels are different in brain. So how does taking an SSRI differe from eating turkey which produces tryptophan? So you're thinking a med that stops the gut absorption of serotonin would help with osteoporosis? Phillipa




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