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Were you looking for information about Boniva? Boneiva is a common misspelling of Boniva.
 
Boniva® is a prescription drug that is used for treating and preventing osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. It has been shown to reduce vertebral fractures and increase bone mineral density in the hip and spine. Boniva comes in both tablet and injectable form. Possible side effects include arm or leg pain, diarrhea, and indigestion or heartburn.
 
(Click Boniva for more detailed information on how the drug can help with bone loss, what you should know before starting treatment, and when and how you should take Boniva.)
 
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