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Who should not take Fosamax?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:


High Grade Dysplasia associated with Barrett's Esophagus, Aseptic Necrosis of Jaw Bone, Stricture of Esophagus, Fracture of Femur Thigh Bone, Atrial Fibrillation, Failure of Esophageal Sphincter to Relax, Inflammation of the Esophagus, Ulcers of Esophagus, Blockage of the Esophagus, Acute Peptic Ulcer, Burning Stomach, Serious Kidney Problems, Joint Pain, Difficulty Swallowing, Bedridden Patient or One Unable to Move Around Freely, Inflammation of Duodenum or Top Portion of Small Intestine, Problems with Food Passing Through the Esophagus, Vitamin D Deficiency, Low Amount of Calcium in the Blood



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