Osteoporosis Are you at risk? Find out today

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Your next step couldn't be simpler

If you've broken a bone and are over 50, osteoporosis is a condition that you need to check for. Ignoring the warning signs - such as a wrist fracture, or a broken bone from a minor bump or a fall from standing height - puts you at risk of further painful fractures that can dramatically reduce your independence. Acting now can make a huge difference to your future lifestyle and happiness.

We've made it easy for you to assess your risk by putting together this easy-to-complete test. Simply answer the questions and we'll send you a personalised report and useful recommendations on where to get help and what you can do to improve your bone health.

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Broken a bone and over 50?

As we get older, our bones get weaker. Some people's become more fragile more quickly than others and this is known as osteoporosis.

Watch the video to find out more about the condition and the treatment available to you.

Broken a wrist? It's a common warning sign
1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men are expected to break a bone through osteoporosis
3 million people with osteoporosis in the UK

Want to know more?

The Royal Osteoporosis Society is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to ending the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.

We are committed to helping people with the condition live the lives they want to lead and can provide you or your family with support and information through our main website or by getting in touch.

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One broken bone needn't lead to another.