Fosamax (Alendronate) from Maple Leaf Medications.

Prescription Prescription Required
Formulation : Tablet
Drug Name Dosage Quantity Price Buy Now
Fosamax 40mg 90 $479.00 Add To Cart
Fosamax 70mg 4 $53.80 Add To Cart
Fosamax 70mg 12 $130.00 Add To Cart
Fosamax
Dosage: 40mg
Quantity: 90
Price: $479.00
Fosamax
Dosage: 70mg
Quantity: 4
Price: $53.80
Fosamax
Dosage: 70mg
Quantity: 12
Price: $130.00

( Affordable Generic Options )

Buy Alendronate Alendronate

Prescription Prescription Required
Formulation : Tablet
Drug Name Dosage Quantity Price Buy Now
Alendronate 10mg 100 $54.00 Add To Cart
Alendronate 35mg 12 $45.00 Add To Cart
Alendronate 70mg 12 $44.00 Add To Cart
Alendronate
Dosage: 10mg
Quantity: 100
Price: $54.00
Alendronate
Dosage: 35mg
Quantity: 12
Price: $45.00
Alendronate
Dosage: 70mg
Quantity: 12
Price: $44.00

Description

Fosamax uses

This medication uses the active ingredient alendronate sodium to prevent loss of bone density and re-grow bone tissue. Fosamax is prescribed in those who have developed osteoporosis and other types of diseases that cause bone loss.

Although Fosamax treats and reverses the symptoms of osteoporosis, your doctor may recommend habitual adjustments alongside your treatment. Healthy lifestyles are the best way to heal from many diseases and get the most out of your medication. If you smoke, your doctor may recommend that you quit and provide assistance and access to resources that will help you. An unhealthy diet and lack of proper exercise can also increase bone loss, and your doctor will be able to guide you with these as well.

What is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition that affects bones. Contrary to what bones are often thought of, the skeleton is made up of organic tissues comprised of living cells. The cells in this tissue are constantly dying and being reproduced. Bone cells need minerals such as calcium and phosphorus to remain strong and retain structural integrity. When bone cells die off, their calcium is reabsorbed to be reused, in a process known as bone resorption.

Osteoporosis occurs when the rate of bone resorption is faster than the rate at which new bone cells can grow. Fosamax works by increasing the rate at which bone cells grow while reducing the rate at which calcium is reabsorbed, which can prevent fractures and reverse the effects of osteoporosis.

Who should not take Fosamax?

Fosamax can have side effects in some cases that have dangerous implications in those with specific health conditions. Tell your doctor about your medical history before using Fosamax, especially of; disorders of the esophagus, troubles swallowing properly, difficulty standing for 30 mins, low calcium, kidney, stomach, or intestinal problems; any dental issues including gum disease or cancer, diabetes, nicotine or alcohol abuse, or anemia. If any of these apply to you, there may be risks associated with Fosamax and it may be necessary to treat the other condition first or take precautionary measures such as dental check-ups.

Pregnant, soon-to-be-pregnant women, nursing women, and young children should not take this medication.

Side Effects of Fosamax

Warning: this medication may affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. Do not partake in any task that involves alertness for it to be carried out safely until you are aware of how your body responds to Fosamax.

Allergic reactions: Fosamax can cause an allergic reaction in those with a hypersensitivity to one or more of its ingredients. Do not take this medication if you are allergic and call for medical assistance at once if you notice skin rashes, hives, swelling in the face, and trouble breathing after taking Fosamax.

Common Side Effects Include:

  • Heartburn, upset stomach
  • Stomach pain, nausea
  • Diarrhea, constipation
  • Headaches
  • Bone pain, muscle or joint pain

Serious side effects tend to be rarer, but you should stop taking this medicine and notify your doctor immediately if you notice any of the following:

Esophageal or stomach ulcers:

  • Chest pain
  • Heartburn
  • Difficulty or pain when swallowing
  • Under the ribcage or in the back, you may experience discomfort or burning
  • Severe heartburn
  • Burning pain in your upper stomach
  • Coughing up blood
  • Blood or black stools

Eye problems:

  • Inflammation
  • Red eyes
  • Eye pain
  • Light sensitivity
  • Decreased vision

Bone/jaw issues:

  • New or unusual thigh, hip, or groin discomfort
  • Jaw pain, numbness, or swelling
  • Severe joint, bone, or muscle pain
  • Delayed healing in the mouth area
  • Mouth infections

Low calcium levels:

  • Muscle spasms
  • Contractions
  • Numbness or tingling

Dosing Instructions

This medication is taken once weekly. Fosamax 70 mg tablets are commonly given to begin treatment. Take your dose on the same day of each week roughly around the same time with water, at least 30 minutes before a meal. It is recommended to take this medication in the morning.

Important: After you take your tablet, it is vital that you do not lie down. You must remain in an upright position for 30 minutes after swallowing the tablet whole. You can stand, sit, or walk; so long as your torso is straight and in an upright position.

Boniva vs Fosamax

Boniva is a similar medication to this medication, but there are enough differences that it may be a better medication for some. Unlike Fosamax, Boniva only needs to be taken once a month, which makes it a more enticing option for many. However, if hip fractures or hip pain is an area of concern for you, it may still be better to take this medication. Consult your doctor to find out which medication is right for you.

Storage

Store at room temperature or between 15°C and 30°C. Keep small youngsters out of reach and sight. Dispose of any expired medications at your local pharmacy.

Additional information

Drug Name:

Fosamax

Scientific Name:

Alendronate

Other Names:

Fosamax, Alendronic Acid, Alendronate, Osteofos

Strength(s):

40mg, 70mg, 10mg, 35mg

Quantities Available:

90, 12, 100, 4

Formulation:

Tablet

Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Fosamax (Alendronate). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Fosamax (Alendronate).