Patient EducationNov | 22 | 2019
If the care team thinks your child might have the TRIAD, they might do one or more of the following tests:
Treatment depends on your child’s symptoms and test results. Early treatment can help prevent further bone compromise and help return your child to good health. The care team will talk with you about creating a treatment plan for your child.
Common TRIAD treatments include:
It is always important to live a healthy lifestyle and eat well, especially before age 25. This is when a person reaches their peak bone mass (highest levels of bone density). There is no guarantee of restoring bone mass a person might have lost before age 25. Most people have a higher risk of fractures as they approach age 50 or as women reach menopause. People with lower peak bone mass are more likely to have fractures earlier than those who do not have lower peak bone mass.