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Balancing Bone Health after Hysterectomy

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HysterSisters Checking-In June newsletter is now online with helpful information and tips for managing your bone health after hysterectomy and as you journey through menopause.

"I wasn't watching carefully. My feet slid out from underneath me. And I fell. I landed—eventually—on my bottom. I bounced down a few stairs, on my tailbone, before coming to a stop. That was over three years ago, and I still feel the effects of that fall.

Although the initial pain from the fall required no more than ibuprofen for a few weeks and a donut to help me sit down, the effects have not yet worn off. After three years, I still feel the aches after a long day on my feet, starting from my bottom and lower back. If I've spent a lot of time writing on my keyboard, hunched over the screen, my hands can even hurt. And sometimes, my hips even complain.

It seems that as I age, moving closer to sixty years old, my bones get tired when I'm tired. In an effort to beat back that inevitable aging process, I've added walking back to my schedule, which really does help me feel better. I also make sure to take my calcium and vitamin D.

This month, we have gathered helpful information for your bones. Don't ignore the tell-tale signs of your bones as they age. Come join me as we work towards healthy bones as we age."

June Checking In - Bone Health

06-03-2014 - 04:08 PM


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