Porous Bone Disease

What is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition of decreased bone mass. This leads to fragile bones that are at an increased risk for fractures. In fact, it will take much less stress on an osteoporotic bone to cause it to fracture than it would on a healthy bone.

Who is at risk of Osteoporosis?

Some of the most common osteoporosis risk factors include

Female Gender

Family history of osteoporosis

Being Older

History of broken bones

Inactive lifestyle


Eating a diet low in calcium and Vitamin D

What are the symptoms of Osteoporosis?

There are usually no specific symptoms that alert you to the presence of osteoporosis early on in its progression.

You may feel a dull pain in your bones or muscles at the onset of the disease. But in most people, fracture is the first event which hints towards the background osteoporosis. These fractures may lead to loss of height, and you may notice yourself hunching forward. Though these finding are seen in very advanced stages of osteoporosis.

What is Olimab?

Medical conditions that weaken calcium absorption

Diseases hindering calcium uptake.

Corticosteroids & Antiseizure medicines

Medications impacting bone density

Low Testosterone Levels (Men)

Hormonal imbalance affecting bone strength.


Natural decline in bone density.

Calcium and Vitamin D deficiency

Essential nutrients for bone health.

Thin and/or small frame

Lower bone density due to body type.

Inactive lifestyle

Lack of exercise weakens bones.

Family history

Genetic predisposition to osteoporosis.


Increases risk of osteoporosis


Excessive consumption impairs bone health.

Women & Post-menopausal women

Higher vulnerability due to hormonal changes

How does Olimab work?