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The outlook varies depending on age, the type and severity of the fracture and overall health. Many compression fractures heal after a few months of rest, limited movement and medications.

If you have osteoporosis, you have a higher chance of another compression fracture. You’re also more likely to break other bones, such as a hip.


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