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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
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Default Actonel and low blood calcium

I started to take actonel 4 months ago 1 35mg/per week. A week or so later my joints and muscles started to hurt and haven't let up since. I don't know if the joint/muscle pain is related to Actonel. However my blood tests show that my blood calcium levels are low. I've read that you shouldn't take Actonel with low blood calcium. What will happen if I continue taking Actonel with low blood calcium? Can anyone tell me why you shouldn't take this medicine with this condition. Thank you.<br>Stephee
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