Hi Vma, welcome...So sorry to hear about your problems with Reclast. Since Boniva is in the same class of drugs as Reclast (bisphosphonates) I would definitely ask your Dr. if this "could" be an issue, since it's almost impossible to know ahead of time how you'll react.
I have heard of some Drs that will give a very small testing dose (sub-q) just under the skin, and then wait to see if any allergic reaction occurs. I don't know if this is a possibility, but you could ask. I don't know the actual amount that is used for testing, but it must be a very small dose, which I'm sure your Dr. will know about.
Good luck, and try to find out first if having a treatment from the same drug family will pose a problem and then ask if there is a testing dose to see how you react. Let us know what you find out from your physician-OK?
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