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Can tiludronate be causing my mother's joint pain?

Yes, tiludronate (Skelid) can cause bone, joint and muscle pain. In fact the pain can occur not only days or weeks after starting on the medicine, but even years later. The pain usually stops when the medication has been discontinued. However, your mother (and perhaps you, if you're her caregiver), should stay alert as to whether she develops any of these kinds of pain. If she does, make sure to report it to her doctor as soon as possible and find out what the next step should be.

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