Our expert says:
Osteoporosis or osteopenia is usually not painful unless you have a fracture. Also remember that x-rays are too inaccurate to pick up osteopenia and you'll have to have a bone density scan done to confirm the diagnosis. The pain you experience could be from oste-arthritic changes in the back
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