In July I was diagnosed with osteoporosis, GP said my dexa scan results show left hip T-score is -3•5 and lumber spine -3•1 and 36% chance of fracture.
Fast forward to today I finally remembered to ask for a copy of that Dexa Scan and it read, left femoral neck -2•9, lumber spine -3•1 and left hip -2•4.
T scores at lumber spine and left femoral neck indicate osteoporosis. Fracture risk 32% and hip fracture risk 6.7%.
The question is where does the hip -3.9 come from?