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    gmatkins posted:
    I am 48 yrs 98 lbs and gaining with a low of 93 few months ago and have been on Atelvia for almost 1.5 yrs with my T score getting worse L1-l4 and opstopenia with borderline osteopoosis for other areas... I am also hypothyroid having trouble regulating with mostly being thrown into hyper mode.... I am nervous and unsure which I should choose as to not just slow down the progression but build back up at any extent.. I have been a very active runner now restricted to treadmill/elliptical and kettle balls for weight bearing and cardio. Any encouragement/direction and similar personal experience I would really like to hear. I am not an idle person and have been active in outdoor activities and sports most my life until problems started with my thyroid 2 yrs ago and have progressed to blah! Not depressed just stressed and looking to progress in some forward direction )
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