Living with Osteoporosis

Living with osteoporosis doesn’t have to be a life sentence. There are medications and lifestyle changes available to help you manage your osteoporosis. These can allow you to enjoy an active lifestyle. 

If you feel like you are alone with your osteoporosis, rest assured there are many people going through the same ups and downs you are. You can also contact your local osteoporosis society for support. Read about the experiences of people with osteoporosis from all over the world. 

View frequently asked questions and general questions related to osteoporosis which we have received from around the world.

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Our Bone Health Advocates

Alice Chiu, prominent philanthropist, founder and director, Sheen Hok Charitable Foundation, Hong Kong. Message on the occasion of the 2nd IOF Women Leaders Roundtable, 2006

Osteoporosis will remain as a major health challenge for Asians in the decades to come. We must work with the IOF to generate resources, lobby governments, and empower women in their fight against osteoporosis.

Imelda Read, former member of the European Parliament and founding chair of the EP Osteoporosis Interest Group

Far too many Europeans at high risk of osteoporosis still suffer needlessly because they did not have timely diagnosis or preventive therapies.

Erika Ender, cantante y autora

Para mí es muy importante ser parte de esta campaña contra la osteoporosis porque tuve un familiar con ese problema. Creo que es muy importante buscar la forma de hacer ejercicios para mantenerse saludable.
Una de las formas más fáciles y que uno disfruta más es poder bailar. O no?
Mi consejo sano es que hay que comer bien y mover el esqueleto porque sino vamos a perderlo. ….Yo quiero un cuerpo sano, quiero moverme libre!...