I was reading up and realized I had read before that menopause often induces bone loss then realized I had early onset menopause at age 44. At the time I was thrilled to have no more periods. Oh, well. I can't change that and will just work with what I have. I realize this won't apply to men like you, but maybe some women reading this thread will benefit something.O
Oh, wow.... I'm sorry. -11.3? I didn't even know it could get that low. And in TWO years? I've always thought 0 is standard 30 year bone old density. Then if it's -1 it means you're 10% below that, -2 means 20% below that, etc. If so, how could it be -11.3% Maybe I don't understand...
I do hope everything works out for you. I'm sure this is pretty disheartening...and scary.
I will follow up on this thread next week after I see the new doctor. Maybe he has encouraging plans and I'll calm down. In any case, I am resolved to only pout about this for a while. You know the serenity prayer about accepting the things I cannot change.