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Osteoporosis Risk Calculator

Approximately 50% of women over the age of 50 develop osteoporosis and are at risk of an osteoporosis-related fracture. Yet relatively few have been diagnosed or treated. That's why it's important to find out your risk for developing osteoporosis so that you can take the necessary steps to help secure your healthy future.

If you're a woman past the age of 50 and postmenopausal, answer these questions to the best of your ability. Then discuss your results with your doctor.

How dense are your bones?

1 How old are you?
2 What is your race?
African American / Black American
Caucasian, Hipanic, Asian, Native American / American Indian, Other
3 Have you ever been treated for, or told you have, rheumatoid arthritis?
Yes     No
4 Since the age of 45, have you experienced a fracture (broken bone) at any of the following sites?
Hip: Yes No
Rib: Yes No
Wrist: Yes No
5 Are you now taking or have you ever taken hormone replacement therapy?
(for example: estrogen, Premarin, Estrace, Estraderm, or Estratab)
Yes     No
6 How much do you weigh now? (If it is under 100, put a 0 first like 095)

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