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    periwinkle52 posted:
    Yes! I just finished my Forteo, & my Dr.'s office told me to start the oral med, the next day! But, I'm sure, it would be best, to follow up with your Dr.! Good-luck, periwinkle
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    Tomato05 responded:
    Did Forteo work well for you/are you satisfied with it?
     
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    periwinkle52 replied to Tomato05's response:
    I have not had my Bone Scan, as of yet. My car was totalled in an accident, my new one, I pick up Monday! So, then I can proceed with my follow -up. It is driving me crazy, not knowing! As soon as I get the results, I will post them A.S.A.P.!! Thank-you for ypur concern, periwinkle
     
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    Tomato05 replied to periwinkle52's response:
    Yes, please let us know, and enjoy the new car!


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