Sally shares if she ever did something that could have been dangerous since she has osteoporosis.
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Dangerous Daily Tasks with Osteoporosis There was a moment when I was playing with my granddaughters, and this is a couple of, four years ago or something, so they were a little bit littler, and I had the little one on my back and this was before I was being treated. We hadn’t decided on a treatment yet, and I was pulling, the bigger one was sitting in wagon and I was pulling them up my driveway, which is kind of steep at one point, and I thought, “Oh gosh, I could be in danger here” because I had my granddaughter on my back and I was yanking the wagon up with my other granddaughter in it. And I know that if you are diagnosed with osteoporosis, or bone loss, and you are not treating it or you have gone undiagnosed, that could actually be very, very dangerous.