I have osteopenia which has stayed stable for the last 4 yrs. My last 2 density tests were in 2006 and this year, Sept 2009. My doctor thought that I should get Reclast. There are a lot of side effects and at the age of 51, I don't relish adding more aches and pains. I've heard some war stories that cause me to rethink having the infusion. I work as an CMA at a Urology practice and we give Zometa infusions which is just another form of zoledronic acid just a lesser dosage. It's given once a year instead of the higher dose of Reclast given q 2 yrs. My PC office said they were not the same which also concerns me because I know they are. Is there any other way to keep my bone density stable? Should I do more than what I am doing now by diet? Osteoporosis runs rampant in my family so if I need to do something now that will positively affect me later, then I am all for it. But if what I'm doing is fine then I just want to stay my course. Would love any input, advise, support I can get.