Alendronate is a prescription medication used to treat and prevent osteoporosis in post menopausal women. Alendronate is also used to treat men that have bone loss due to Osteoporosis and by those people with Paget disease. Your doctor may choose to prescribe Alendronate for other reasons too. Alendronate is the generic form of Fosamax.
It is possible for a drug interaction to occur when taking 2 or more medications. Prior to taking Alendronate, make sure that you have told your doctor about all other medications that you are currently taking. This includes all prescription medications, OTC medications, supplements and vitamins. Additionally, while on Alendronate, do not start taking any new medications without first checking with your doctor.
It is also important to share with your doctor your complete medical history. Certain medical conditions may make you unable to take generic Fosamax. Below is a list of a few conditions that you will want to inform your doctor about, prior to taking generic Fosamax:
- have any dental problems
- food allergies/substance allergies
- have had chemotherapy/radiation
- history of heartburn/reflux
- pregnant/breast feeding
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