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Precious BamaPPrecious Bama Posts: 34
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
Has anyone the ladies ever taken Evista for osteopenia (borderline osteoporosis) I have had neck and shoulder pain for almost a week now and i am going to dr. Friday. Just happened to think that i started Evista a month ago and could it cause pain in different places? I would appreciate your feedback if you know anything about this medicine.


  • I have never taken EVISTA,but I do have neck/shoulder pain.If you have borderline osteoporosis,maybe you have arthritis in your neck as well?

    I have cervicle DDD,and have the pain,it is pretty common pain.I did a quick search on the EVISTA,but only one site because my pc is running a scan at the moment.Maybe you could ask your Dr to give you an X-Ray?
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