SALT LAKE CITY — Since 2010, government officials have warned consumers that extended use of Fosamax could lead to a heightened risk of thigh fracture, according to Deseret News.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has stated that “The fractures we’re talking about today are very unusual and rare.”

However, in more than half of the cases reported, consumers experienced pain and aching of the groin area before suffering from a thigh fracture.

Over 5 million prescriptions are issued for Fosamax type drugs every year. While bone fracture is becoming a more common risk, the FDA says that patients should continue to use the drug unless otherwise told by a doctor.

It is believed that the longer a consumer takes the drug, the more likely they are to suffer from thigh fracture.

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