the prolia injection will have some stabilizing effect on your bone mass, i am assuming the bone mass got detected through special x ray (osteodensitometry) examination and the result showed that it is to low for your age group.
The following serious adverse reactions are discussed:Hypocalcemia
(low blood calcium)Osteonecrosis
of the Jaw
Atypical Subtrochanteric and Diaphyseal Femoral Fractures
Other possible side effects with Prolia in patients with postmenopausal osteoporosis
are musculoskeletal pain
, back pain, pain in extremity, and cystitis.
Also back pain and constipation can occur.
However, it is still advisable you give it a try since low bone mass can also lead to a lot of dangerous conditions like spine and femoral fractures.
It is also important you take in enough calcium and vitamin D (ask your dotor about that). Hope this is helping you , if you have any clarificatons you can get back to me, if this was helpful please kindly rate my answer. Best regards