Osteogenesis Imperfecta is a Condition that is characterized by the reduction of bone, leading to bones, resulting in abnormally porous bone that is compressible like a sponge, rather than as dense like a brick. This disorder of the circulatory system interrupts the bones which result in an increase in the danger bones fracturing or breaking. The Condition can exist with no symptoms, for long time. Some of the Osteogenesis Imperfecta fractures might not be discovered until years and patients may not know they have Osteogenesis Imperfecta until they encounter a fracture. The symptoms are associated with the location of these fractures when the fracture occurs.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta is a regarded as a disease that is silent. You are unaware that there exists a problem until something happens, like a bone. The reality is that as you get older, your bones are deteriorating. It is estimated that there are millions of people, mostly girls, who have Osteogenesis Imperfecta. They always breaking down and tissue is living and rebuilding. As you become older of rebuilding the bone tissues, the process does not keep up with the breaking down and these results. Without this happens at a slow rate and the condition goes unnoticed until there is an important fracture or fracture of a bone, although the bone density, any symptoms deteriorates. Because the bones are dropping calcium the fracture occurs.
As you get the deterioration of the bones gets worse. Your bones’ outer shell or surface becomes diminished and holes can be developed by the inner part of the bones. It is challenging to cure as the condition gets worse, but there are. There is no cure for Osteogenesis Imperfecta but it is controllable. Using new medications can be effective for a lot. One involves having a bone density test. This evaluation will provide a general picture of your bones to your physician. You raise your level of exercise activity, and ultimately, should think about nourishment that is proper, by eating foods that are rich in Calcium and vitamin D. All these things can allow you to keep the strength of your bones and help your chances of developing osteogenesis imperfecta. Some of the risk factors of growing Osteogenesis Imperfecta cannot be modified, like your family history should you have reached menopause and if you have had surgery to remove your ovaries.