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If osteoporosis runs in our family, should my sister avoid taking Advair?

Your sister should talk with her doctor about her family history of osteoporosis and her risks of getting bone loss from taking Advair. Long-term use of this medicine could lead to bone loss, especially if your sister smokes, does not exercise or does not get enough vitamin D or calcium in her diet.

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