Maintaining your bone health can help you stay strong for your family, friends and the other parts of your active life. Just one annual dose of Reclast, along with daily calcium and Vitamin D, helps to increase your bone density. So your bones can be stronger and better protected.
While the benefits of Reclast last for an entire year, most common side effects don't. The most common Reclast side effects include flu-like symptoms, fever, muscle or joint pain, headache, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Most occur within 1-3 days of treatment and typically subside within 14 days.
Reclast is less expensive than you might think. The average cost of a Reclast treatment is under $60, if you've already paid your yearly deductible. Of course, each insurance plan is different so you should check with your own insurance provider just to make sure.
Getting treated with Reclast is simpler than you might think. Reclast is an annual osteoporosis treatment. It's an infusion given through an IV by a doctor or nurse and takes at least 15 minutes. During your treatment, you can read, relax or listen to music - whatever makes you feel comfortable.
What is osteoporosis? Are there osteoporosis tests? Can Reclast help prevent osteoporosis? Active women like you often have similar questions about Reclast, osteoporosis and bone health. We've collected some of them for you.
It's essential that you partner with your doctor in choosing your osteoporosis treatment. This printable discussion guide can help you start a productive conversation with your doctor about Reclast.