So I got my last DEXA scan back, though I'm a little unclear why so much seems left off the report. I'll share what I can here:
L FemurNeck BMD = 0.926, BMC = 4.6, Area = 5.00, TScore = -1.1, ZScore = -0.7
L Femur Shaft BMD = 1.155, BMC = 17.8, Area = 15.38, TScore = NA, ZScore = NA
L FemurTotal BMD = 0.960, BMC = 31.8, Area = 5.00, TScore = -1.0, ZScore = -0.7
L FemurTotalAdequate BMD = 0.960, BMC = 31.8, Area = 33.08, TScore = NA, ZScore = NA
L FemurTrochanter BMD = 9.4, BMC = 9.4, Area = 12.70, TScore = -1.7, ZScore = -1.6
L FemurWards BMD = 0.691, BMC = 1.9, Area = 2.78, TScore = -2.1, ZScore = -1.5
That was all that was shared with me. Keep in mind, I'm on TAF
update: nerixia, the bisphosphonate that i m using, should fix bone density to +3-4 by 1 year.plus prostaphane sulforophane and butyrate should max out treatment response.of course calcium and vitamin d are mandatory otherwise none of these will work especially nerixia.they don t treat bone loss at -1/-1.5 but i think this is big mistake because you can easily and totally reverse bone loss, i suggest all those on tdf to supplement at least to prevent bone loss
i had a bone oedema on my shoulder after a swimming trauma and i strongly suspect bone loss due to 10.6 years of tdf.i m going to check dexa scan soon, is this cross laps test very reliable?i used vit d3 and k2 mk7 and now mk4 too for prevention and i'm now using prostaphane (only active sulforaphane available on the market) 40mg daily, on mice studies it made a 20% bone density gain in 5 weeks.for bone oedema i'm using IM nerixia (which works for both bone oedema and osteop).i did notice my back is very straight now and only good effects from it, no sides except injection is very painful, it should be only 8 injections and another 8 if mri shows oedema is still there
Bro the only test result I didn't get back from my last visit was my DEXA SCAN and after chasing I started laughing and saying "you lot have lost my bone scan" then their saying no no its just bit of a back log. I think I've been told a bit of B.S
Ok I supplemented with Vitamin D3 for that very reason I do notice even now injuries can take a little longer to heal but then we are never getting older.
I'm sure when I looked it up before osteopenia can be reversable but not always.
Trampolining is a good option alongside weight bearing exercise. If anything else springs to mind i'll share it with you buddy.