Hello, there, everyone. I am one of the victims of Prolia. I have just turned 60 and am recovering from 5 vertebral fractures after stopping taking Prolia in October of 2017. I have already exhausted my bisphosphonate period (I was first diagnosed about 12 years ago) and unfortunately, after the fractures (September 2018) the doctor gave me another Prolia shot, to hold me until I could get the Forteo set up (it's prohibitively expensive). I am now scheduled to start Forteo soon - as soon as I get the money together - BUT I have to think ahead. I obviously can never go back on Prolia. Are there any other drugs that treat osteoporosis that anyone knows of? (No HRT - can't take that). As far as I know there are only bisphosphonates, denosumab and parathyroid. It infuriates me that patients aren't WARNED about the "drug prison" you end up in when you take Prolia. You can never go off it, once you take it. I am very angry.