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Olimab 60mg injection
How often can we take olimab 60mg injection. Can we take it every month. Bone density of patient is very less -5
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It’s for every 6 months for 3 to 4 years. Not to be started after fracture
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For a BMD of - 5 olimab is not the treatment. Dose of olimab is 60 mg once every 6mths. However its not for u. Get back to your doctor again. You should start sc teriparatide 20mcg daily atleast for 18mths,however get S. PTH levels prior
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No, olimab should be given at a gap of 6 months
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Recommendation is once in 6 month You can add on terparatide to increase your BMD rather...both act in two different pathway.. terparatide is a daily injection taken usually for 12-18 months
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My apologies, I have no experience with this particular medicine for treatment of osteoporosis.
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pls consult orthopaedic surgeon. this is.not.to.be advised online
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The recommendations are to take it ever 6 months and not every month Please see that you are taking the recommended calcium and Vit D3 along with the injection
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