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What is Osteopenia?

Description of the disease

Osteopenia is a condition characterized by reduced bone density. This condition precedes osteoporosis and may lead to an increased risk of bone fractures.


  • Primary osteopenia
  • Secondary osteopenia


Symptoms of osteopenia may be unnoticed in the early stage. However, over time, patients may experience bone pain, increased bone fragility, and the appearance of fractures.


Causes of osteopenia may include a lack of calcium and vitamin D, insufficient physical activity, hormonal changes, and other factors.


Diagnostics of osteopenia includes measuring bone density using special tests, as well as analyzing the levels of calcium and vitamin D in the blood.


Treatment of osteopenia may include taking medications to increase bone density, rehabilitation, physical activity, and lifestyle changes.


Prevention of osteopenia includes proper nutrition, moderate physical activity, intake of calcium and vitamin D, as well as regular check-ups with a doctor.


A doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of osteopenia is called an osteopath.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.