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What are the symptoms of osteomalacia?

Symptoms of osteomalacia will worsen as the condition progresses. Common symptoms of osteomalacia may include:

  • muscle weakness;
  • achiness in the bones in the spine, legs, and pelvis;
  • difficulty moving around;
  • bowing of the bones.

Talk to your doctor if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.

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