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Bisphosphonates are the most commonly prescribed Antiresorptive medications used to prevent or treat Ostoeporosis. We know them as Fosamax (Alendronate), Boniva (Ibandronate), Actonel (Risendronate), Atelvia (enteric coated Risendronate), and IV Reclast (Zolendronate). All but the last are pills taken weekly or monthly.
If your bone is strong enough that preserving it is sufficient to prevent fractures, then Antiresorptive medication is what you need. If you are able to follow the protocol of taking the pill on an empty stomach, followed by one or more full glasses of plain water, and eating or drinking nothing else for at least 30 minutes (60 for Boniva) while remaining upright, Oral Bisphosphonates are the medication for you.