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I recently suffered a dislocation and fracture of my wrist

I recently suffered a dislocation and fracture of my wrist due a bicycle mishap. I’m a 67 year old female, very active and fit for my age. I have had a bone density test in the past, but can’t remember when. I have just started taking calcium & vitamin D supplements. Which doctor should I ask to have a bone density test done? How much calcium & vitamin D should I take per day to increase the chances of proper healing of my injury?
Mon, 1 Oct 2018
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