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  Diagnosed with osteopenia?

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  1. Osteopenia is an age-related condition in which the bone mineral density is lower than usual. In most people, osteopenia is considered an early warning for osteoporosis (which is defined as bone mineral density 2.5 standard deviations less than peak bone mineral density - that's a fancy way of saying "really low bone mineral density"). When the bone mineral density is between 1 and 2.5 standard deviations less (which is to say low, but not really low), then a person is said to have osteopenia. People with osteopenia are at risk for developing osteoporosis and there is a good deal of controversy when (or if) treatment for improving bone density should occur in people with osteopenia. Osteopenia is a "silent" condition. People with osteopenia have no symptoms.   [edit]
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