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Bone

If you are over 35, your bones and joints are not what they used to be. Osteoporosis increases the risk of bone fractures, especially in the hips, spine, and wrists. The risk of developing osteoporosis increases with age, affects women significantly more often than men.

Find out whether you have osteoporosis or you should be concerned about your bones by getting osteoporosis profile done at Metropolis:

Osteoporosis Profile 1: Ca, P, Alkaline Phosphatase-Total, DPD

Osteoporosis Profile 2: Ca, P, Alkaline Phosphatase-Total & Bone Fraction, DPD, Osteocalcin, 25 OH Vitamin D3, PTH, E2

Osteoporosis Profile 3: Ca, P, Alkaline Phosphatase-Total & Bone Fraction, DPD, Osteocalcin, 25 OH Vitamin D3, PTH, E2, P1NP, Beta 2 Crosslaps