Symptoms of osteoporosis may occur with different symptoms depending on the age of the patient and the severity of wear on the bone structure. Bone pain and tenderness are among the most common symptoms of osteoporosis.
- Recurrent pain in the waist and neck area,
- Fractures in the wrist, hip or spine bones,
- Body shape leaning forward and hunching,
- Deformity in the body,
- Shortening in height if osteoporosis progresses,
- Limitation of movement due to pain
While osteoporosis is more common in women over the age of 50, it can also occur in men and young individuals. While it is not possible to completely stop osteoporosis or improve bone structure, taking precautions against the progression of bone resorption is important for the patient's comfort and quality of life.