Fluoroquinolone antibiotics (Cipro, Levaquin, Avelox and a few others) are a horrifically destructive class of poisons marketed to the public as antibiotics by Bayer and Johnson & Johnson. They are capable of massive harm, disabling unsuspecting patients for life with as little as a few pills. Previously healthy and active individuals become bedridden, wheelchair-bound or requiring crutches or walkers--sometimes for life. Doctors will not tell you this, nor will pharmacists! DO YOUR RESEARCH! The FDA is not protecting us! Already harmed by Cipro or Avelox? Please email Bayer's CEO Phil Blake directly: philip.blake at bayer dot com or call him at his NJ office: 1-862-404-5018. This man needs to hear from his victims!
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http://www.levaquinlawsuitcenter.com/ Levaquin, Avelox and Cipro Lawsuit claims are being reviewed today. These medications are powerful antibiotics that are commonly prescribed in today's world. They are often given to patients who are suffering from life-threatening bacterial infections. These prescription drugs were found to be linked to peripheral neuropathy in the mid 1990s. In 2004, this side effect was added to the drugs' labeling. If you have taken Levaquin, Avelox or Cipro and developed nerve damage or were diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy, you may be entitled to compensation. To learn more about your rights, call the law offices of Bernstein Liebhard toll free at 1-888-988-2399. https://www.facebook.com/levaquinlawsuit
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The FDA just announced that it will require more warnings on the label for a class of antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones because the side effects they cause are worse than the actual infections they are commonly prescribed for. Side effects include permanent muscle and nerve damage, when the infections they're prescribed for usually clear up on their own, without the need of any medication. Like The Resident on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/TheResident Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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A doctor that prescribes Ciprofloxacin didn't know that the very debilitating side effects would happen to him when he took it. I am making this post because I know 2 people that were recently prescribed Ciprofloxacin for their colds. DON'T TAKE IT. Both had very bad side affects. Fluoroquinolones can lead to arrhythmias. This is especially important if using levofloxacin or ciprofloxacin with amiodarone. You're not sick... You're being poisoned. Seek natural remedies and stay away from prescription meds whenever possible. Sometimes you can't avoid them, But research what you put in your body. Don't just blindly trust doctors. As you can see in this video. This doctor was also unaware of the dangers. I hope this post saves somebody's life. #4biddenknowledge
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Four days later, I'm still wasted. Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/ashleycarey Website! http://www.ashleycarey.net Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ashley-... Lyrics - Ciprofloxacin is a synthetic chemotheraputic antibiotic of the fluoroquinolone drug class. It is a second-generation fluoroquinolone antibacterial, interferes with bacterias DNA enzymes They cant re-wind Which stops DNA and protein synthesis. Are you sure doc? This stuff is chemo. I mean I know Im peeing blood and throwing up but you said it should clear up, its an infection. Overreaction. You worry too much. 500mg should be the magic touch, here you go. Hey pharmacist, thanks for the pills. Is there anything I should know? Yes there is, take them twice a day till they're gone. You're good to go. Is that all? Well I guess not. Take them eight hours apart, keep a close eye on your heart, it may race, pale your face, and by the way - no sunshine or antacids and you probably shouldn't drive, have a nice day! Ciprofloxacin, you've really done me in. If I hadn't read your drug insert I mighta wrote a will. I cant see straight, stay up too late, whose idea was it to sell me an untested chemo pill? Day one wasn't too fun, I felt allergic to the sun. Double-vision made me nauseous causing midnight bathroom runs. Day two, symptoms grew, hallucinated rainbows, knew I was in trouble, when seeing double, almost made me walk into oncoming traffic. Day three terrified me, hands shaking, heart racing, called the doctor and he said I could stop taking it! Although quinolones are highly toxic to mammalian cells in culture, its mechanism of cytotoxic action is not known. Debate continues as to whether DNA damage is something that this drug does to people. Dear Bayer, Im glad the system works for you you work hard, and no ones saying thats not true But you've had 13 whole years, while scores of side effects appear To find out if your drug makes DNA in humans stop rewinding too. $242 million in profit seems to be enough to do another test to put these dangers to rest. In fact, and Bayer, no offense to you, I think there should be laws requiring you to.
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If you or a loved one have taken a Levaquin or Avelox and suffered from numbness in your extremities, muscle problems, cramps, or tingling and burning in your arms or legs contact the Arentz Law Group right now for a free legal consultation at www.ArentzLaw.com or 800-305-6000
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https://www.TendonitisExpert.com/what-is-levaquin-used-for.html What is Levaquin used for? Way too many 'health issues' it shouldn't be. A doctor prescribing Levaquin for acne??? Really? Doctors that do that should have their licenses revoked. Levaquin is a highly powerful antibiotic with SIGNIFICANT side effects. If a bacterial illness is a life or death threat, then it's a risk that must be taken. But for acne? The risks are not worth the possible benefit. Muscle pain and dysfunction tendon damage, joint damage, organ damage, mental issues, these are all some of the possible and mild to severe side effects. Don't want your achilles tendon falling apart? Then you may want to seriously consider your decision to take Levaquin or not. (Also, make sure you have a bacterial infection before you let your doctor prescribe you this super powerful and dangerous antibiotic.)
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Website link: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2015/04/07/local-doctors-explain-risks-of-taking-levaquin/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CBSPittsburgh April 7, 2015 5:45 PM on CBS Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Some swear by them, others say they’re dangerous – if not deadly. KDKA-TV health editor Dr. Maria Simbra explains why some are calling for a closer look at a certain group of antibiotics. From time-to-time, Janice Olszewski’s mother, Mary, needs to take antibiotics for urinary tract infections. “She gets very weak, she gets sick. Sometimes, she’ll get disoriented,” Olszewski said. Her doctor prescribed a medicine called Levaquin. “He said it would help clear the infection, and we should get fairly quick results with it. It’s been a Godsend for us,” Olszewski said. “If it wouldn’t be for Levaquin, we’d have a hard time managing her health care. “I’d say 20-30 times a year, we give a prescription for levofloxacin,” Dr. Marc Itskowitz of Allegheny General Hospital’s Internal Medicine said. “We try to reserve it for patients who need a broader spectrum antibiotic, may have been exposed to other antibiotics and are still sick. It’s very effective in those patients.” Taking it by mouth works the same as taking it by IV. It also comes in an easy-to-swallow liquid. While it kept Janice’s mother out of the hospital, not everyone has had a good experience. Karen Paddock was taking out the garbage when she cut her leg on a broken dish in the trash bag. She got stitches, followed by infection of the skin – cellulitis. “At that point, they gave her the Levaquin antibiotics for the cellulitis,” Bob Paddock said. Six months later, she developed tendon troubles and couldn’t walk. “It was in 2003, and at that point, I’m not sure all the risks that are known today were known then,” Paddock said. After ten years of using a scooter around the house in chronic pain, at age 43, she committed suicide – four days shy of her 20th wedding anniversary. Her husband has strong hopes for all similar antibiotics. “That they either get taken off the market, or they get a whole lot harder for anybody to prescribe,” he said. Levaquin, generically known as levofloxacin, is in a class of drugs called fluoroquinolones. They work by attacking bacterial DNA, making the bacteria unable to multiply. Known risks include nerve problems and tendon rupture. Fluoroquinolones are not recommended for people taking steroids, people with a history of seizures, and people with certain heart rhythm abnormalities. Pharmaceutical watchdog Dr. Charles Bennett is trying to expand the warnings by bringing a citizen’s petition to the FDA. “I’ve been doing this work so long, that I think patients find me,” Dr. Bennett said. His focus is the rare complication of mitochondrial toxicity. You can think of mitochondria as your cells’ battery packs. Without them, your cells have no energy. He said if an event happens right after the medicine is given, that would be a reaction. He also has lab researchers who have been able to recreate symptoms in mice. “There’s a little bit of an art, rather than a science. There’s not a specific diagnostic test,” he said. He would like to expand the black box warning on Levaquin, or establish a process so that patients must sign that they understand the risks of the drug. “This would make Levaquin a little bit less attractive to use if it goes through as a black box warning,” Dr. Amesh Adalja, of the UPMC Center for Health Securit, said. This infectious disease specialist said the class of antibiotics does have a role to play, but shouldn’t be prescribed automatically. “Even if you’re prescribing penicillin, it’s something you have to do with each infection that you treat. You have to make sure is this the right bug that you’re treating, and is this the right drug that you’re using,” Dr. Adalja said. “For every patient that has been harmed by a medication, there are thousands that have been helped by it. And we don’t often hear from them,” Dr. Itskowitz said. “She’s had adverse reactions in the past to numerous drugs, so we’re always very alert to those types of reactions. And we felt the risks were minimal,” Olszewski said. Hearing from Olszewski, she’s thankful her mother had the option of Levaquin. “Within a couple of days, she starts to feel better,” she said.
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CBS Los Angeles March 4, 2015 11:16 PM losangeles.cbslocal.com/2015/03/04/southland-firefighter-says-popular-antibiotic-stripped-him-of-his-career/ A Southland firefighter wants to warn others about a prescription drug that he says poisoned him and stripped him of the ability to do what he loves. Chino resident Chris Jones was taking a powerful antibiotic called ciproflaxacin, more commonly known by the brand name “Cipro.” It’s taken by millions of Americans every year. Cipro belongs to a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones, which are so strong they can kill anthrax. They’re used to kill a wide variety of bacteria responsible for many common infections. Jones’ ordeal started in October with a bout of groin pain, which he thought was a hernia. His doctor suspected it was an infection and prescribed him Cipro, but Jones took the generic. Two days after starting the medication, Jones called his doctor about soreness he was feeling in his legs. The doctor said to keep taking the medication. Jones went to a specialist and told him about disturbing side effects patients were reporting online. He said the new doctor didn’t believe ciproflaxacin caused those problems: “He told me to stay off the Internet, and he wrote me another prescription.” A day after starting his third bottle, Jones starting feeling excruciating pain from his hips down: “I went on a walk with my dog and it felt like an explosion went off in my body.” Jones says he hasn’t been the same ever since. And no one missed the “old Chris” more than his twin brother, Jeremy: “We used to go to the gym together, hiking together.” They used to work at the same fire station, but Chris hasn’t worn his uniform for five months. That’s because he says he can’t climb ladders, can’t lift gurneys, and he can’t even lift his own children. “I was poisoned,” Chris Jones said. Some experts say fluoroquinolones are prescribed too freely for illnesses that could be treated with less powerful medications. “Doctors are not aware of the full range of toxicities that are associated with the quinolones,” said Charles Bennett, a professor of pharmacy at the University of South Carolina. Bennett has filed a citizen’s petition asking the federal Drug and Administration for broader warning for fluoroquinolones. He says Chris Jones is far from alone: “His story is typical of many of the stories I’ve read about and looked through the FDA files on.” The FDA has logged more than 4,500 reports of debilitating side effects linked to fluoroquinolones. Drug makers and the FDA are open about many of these drugs’ dangers, including damage to the tendons and nerves, which are listed on the label. But with up to 23 million prescriptions of fluoroquinolones being filled in a year, Jones believes they haven’t done a sufficient job of warning the public of the medications’ dangers. Jones says the FDA acknowledges that some side effects could be permanent: “I just don’t know if I’m going to get better or not. And no one can tell me.” The FDA told CBS2 it is continuing to monitor complaints and that petitions to update warning labels remain under consideration.
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Fluoroquinolones, a class of antibiotics commonly known as ciprofloxacin, moxifloxacin, gemifloxacin, levofloxacin, or ofloxacin, may lead to disabling, potentially permanent side effects and should never be taken unless they’re truly needed. What you should know: Subscribe to WebMD here: https://www.youtube.com/user/WebMD Follow WebMD here: Website: http://webmd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WebMD/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/webmd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WebMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/webmd/
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If you or a loved one has taken Levaquin, Avelox or Cipro and developed peripheral neuropathy contact the Arentz Law Group at 800-305-6000 or www.ArentzLaw.com for a free confidential consultation.
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If you or a loved one have taken a Fluoroquiolone drug and suffered from numbness in your extremities, muscle problems, cramps, or tingling and burning in your arms or legs contact the Arentz Law Group right now for a free legal consultation at www.ArentzLaw.com or 800-305-6000
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Naproxen is used to reduce swelling and trick the pain of arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, gout, dental pain and headache, and it is available over-the-counter in 220 milligram tablets. Learn about the uses of Naproxen with information from the CEO of a pharmacy company in this free video on medicine.
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Side effects – unwanted responses for a medication when it is taken in normal dose, usually temporary. You should contact your doctor when you notice any of side effects. Side effects of Flagyl was reported by 1% patients. Contact your doctor if you notice these side effects: headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, stomach pains, darker urine, confusion, strange taste in mouth, stiff neck. Some people may experience other side effects. It’s important to see a doctor immediately. Visit us http://www.open-pharmacy.com
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The side effects from Cipro can be permanent. Update on my condition - my life was taken from me by Cipro no more health equals no future. Boycott Bayer and J&J. You can see I'm even more skeleton like and less agile than videos just 2 months ago. I have to be much more careful and slow when I walk now.
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In our video, we discussed how the antibiotic class of Fluoroquinolones can cause tendon tears in several areas of the body, especially the Achilles tendon. There are several types of Fluoroquinolones, including: ciprofloxacin (Cipro), levofloxacin (Levaquin), moxifloxacin (Avelox), ofloxacin (Floxin), and gemifloxacin (Factive). This class of antibiotics have often been used in the treatment of bronchitis, sinus infections, and urinary tract infections in the past. At this time, it has been recommended that the Fluoroquinolones class of antibiotics be used as a second or third line option for resistant bacterial infections due to the serious side effects. In my physical therapy practice, I've seen several cases of acute Achilles tendinopathy and complete Achilles tendon tears, from one week to six months, after taking a course of this type of antibiotic. This can occur in the highly active athletic population that is more prone to Achilles tendon problems and who typically assume Achilles tendon pain is related to their current training. The other high-risk group is more sedentary, less active individuals with poor tendon health and other co-morbidities such as diabetes. We've also seen these antibiotic side effects in tennis elbow and rotator cuff tendon problems. When initiating physical therapy with this population, you must take a very conservative approach in progressing the strengthening and stretching of the individual. In the cases of Achilles tendon tears and tendinopathies, occasionally we will provide heel lifts, ankle boots or orthotics. One of the difficulties in providing a proper diagnosis is noticing the causal relationship between taking the antibiotics and the resulting tendon pain or dysfunction. Often the patient doesn't link the two events and associates the pain with normal muscular skeletal pathology. In some cases, pain in the Achilles can also be related to a lumbar pathology or referred from a retro calcaneal bursitis, plantar fasciitis and / or ankle dysfunction. At my clinic, we guide patients through a McKenzie mechanical evaluation of the foot and ankle complex to rule out whether some of the Achilles pain is related to another structure in the foot and ankle complex. Upon completion of the evaluation, we hope to establish a movement or position that will increase a patient’s mobility and reduce their pain with certain movements and ultimately restore their ability to function. If you are unsure if you've taken this type of antibiotic, consulting with your pharmacy is a good first step. In cases where you suspect you may be having a side effect from this type of antibiotic, it is imperative that you discontinue any activity that produces pain and consult with a physician.
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ABC 10 News 6:12 AM, Nov 24, 2014 http://www.10news.com/news/investigations/patients-experts-popular-antibiotics-could-cause-permanent-damage-11242014 For Jenny Frank, it started with a small white pill she took nearly four years ago. "I was prescribed Levaquin for a strep infection," she said. "I can't compare myself to the person I was in December in 2010." Levaquin is one of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics on the market. Frank said it left her with persistent, painful and long-term side effects that affected her both physically and mentally. She recalls one moment as the scariest of her life. "About three weeks after I had stopped taking it, I started typing on the computer," Frank said. "When I looked at what I had written it wasn't even words." The science teacher said it was "gibberish." So, Frank deleted what she wrote and tried again. "Same thing… it was just random letters and numbers and things," she said. When asked what she was thinking, Frank said, "I can't even put a sentence together. Oh my god. Am I going to lose my job?" New warnings needed? Levaquin is in a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. It is one of the most potent antibiotics approved by the Food and Drug Administration and is prescribed millions of times a year. Experts said that most Americans will take Levaquin in their lifetime. Team 10's investigative partners at ABC 15 in Phoenix spoke to researchers and patients across the country who believe that Levaquin carries more serious side effects than are listed on the label. They have filed a pair of citizen petitions this year asking the FDA to add new warnings to the label for a long list of psychiatric side effects ranging from depression to hallucinations and also something called "mitochondrial toxicity." In simple terms, researchers say that means it could alter and damage the body's cells. Dr. Charles Bennett helped write the citizen petitions filed with the FDA. Bennett, who says he has successfully petitioned the FDA before, is with the South Carolina College of Pharmacy and the Southern Network on Adverse Reactions (SONAR). He said he has been analyzing the effects of Levaquin and other fluoroquinolones for three years. Bennett said thousands of people have reported psychiatric side effects to the FDA. He also pointed to a 2013 FDA review of six different fluoroquinoles, including Levaquin, that raised the possibility of mitochondrial toxicity. Team 10 has also learned that full studies are underway at UC San Diego and the University of Rochester to look into these side effects. Experts: Overuse leads to added risk Frank is part of the fight to add new warnings to the label. "There's no reason why anyone should have to go through this if there are safer antibiotics that could be used," she said. "This should be a last resort. Not a first line of defense." It is a feeling shared by Dr. Ray Woosley, founder of CredibleMeds and a medication safety expert. He believes Levaquin and other fluoroquinolones are overprescribed. "The FDA put out a call two years ago that says don't overuse these drugs, but they continue to be overused," Woosley said. "It's like the wild west out there." Here is an example: During the anthrax mail attacks in 2001, victims were prescribed the fluoroquinolone Ciprofloxacin. "They are very potent antibiotics," Woosley said. "We can't take them off the market. We have got to have them available for whom they are lifesaving." But Woosley said that is also why these antibiotics should not be prescribed for things like sinus infections or prostatitis, like Tony Woods. Woods was prescribed Ciprofloxacin for a possible prostate infection two years ago. "There was no evidence I had an infection," said Woods, "He just wanted to treat me for what he thought was an infection." Woods took the pills for 19 days. "I started having extreme burning in my limbs, sensitivity to light, my eyes, my hearing, everything just felt rearranged," he said. "I couldn't smell or taste." The father of four was bedridden for months. "It's horrible," Woods said. "You go to bed thinking you are going to die … who's going to provide for my family?" Woods' attorney, John Fiske, said his firm, John Gomez Trial Attorneys, has been getting hundreds of calls a week from people who have taken these drugs. Fiske said the maker of Levaquin, Johnson & Johnson, faces a product liability lawsuit over side effects of the drug that allegedly caused peripheral neuropathy for one woman. The complaint was filed in August in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Fiske expects more to be filed against the makers of these drugs. "These are some of the most widely prescribed drugs in the world," said Fiske.
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I was recently prescribed a pill called Cipro I was supposed to take in a classic misdiagnosis to cure an imaginary infection after reporting to VA doctors the lingering side effects of a different pill called finasteride I was prescribed four months ago by a civilian doctor. The new pill had its own set of new nightmarish scary side effects with a list taller than me which I actually demonstrate in the video (and I'm 6'3"), some of them included death, major depression or even debilitating tendinitis. Prescription drugs are linked to or cause several hundred thousand deaths in the US alone every year. Can you change your DNA back to what it once was? http://www.naturalnews.com/042157_dna_transformation_science_epigenetics.html What I Take Right Now for PFS: I HIGHLY recommend these, as they are the basis of both the supplement formula and my own personal Post-Fin regimen. Everyday: Source of Life Gold Vitamins - http://amzn.to/2rq7izH Amplified Creatine from GNC - http://amzn.to/2tcFqAn Nascent Iodine, taken 5 - 6 days a week, 7 drops every morning for amazing results - http://amzn.to/2y2NLer 2 days on, 1 day off. 2 days on, 2 days off: Super Male Vitality - http://amzn.to/2y3ddRs Tribulus, taken before every anaerobic workout, and occasionally on days when you don't work out, but usually no more than 3 or 4 days a week - http://amzn.to/2rGabLS *DHEA, 10 - 20 mg 1 hour before exercise on anaerobic workout days, and 10 - 20 mg the day following an anaerobic workout, not taken everyday: anaerobic workouts include weights, sprints, etc. http://amzn.to/2sXjuN4 *Pregnenolone, I take 30 mg of Pregnenolone 2 - 3 nights per week, before bed time - http://amzn.to/2v4AsFS OPTIONAL: -for people with high anxiety, stress, or inability to sleep, people may benefit from using small amounts of organic soil-grown medical cannabis, L-Theanine, and/or L-Tryptophan right before bed time - http://amzn.to/2rqabjY & http://amzn.to/2rGlWSv -for more energy, liquid dropper B-Vitamins - http://amzn.to/2h9tpqC -for generally feeling better as well as giving your body ample nutrients, more whole, mega doses of liquid D-Vitamins have also helped me - http://amzn.to/2sIxo1C and lots of mid-morning or late afternoon sunlight!!! not optional
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Consumer adviser Clark Howard is speaking out about the mysterious sudden illness that threatened his life. The same disease killed a Gwinnett County man. He and Clark had each taken a powerful antibiotic only days before falling ill. https://youtu.be/ZTWbhjQ-iEI Channel 2 Consumer Investigator Jim Strickland exposed the side effects of the drugs 2 1/2 years ago. https://twitter.com/JStricklandWSB Clark was admitted to Piedmont Hospital three days after taking the generic antibiotic ciprofloxacin. The brand name is Cipro. He took it to ward off an infection after a biopsy to monitor his prostate cancer. RELATED INVESTIGATIONS: Woman says popular antibiotic levofloxacin killed her husband http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/woman-says-popular-antibiotic-levofloxacin-killed-/53779006 FDA requires new labels on popular antibiotic after Channel 2 investigation http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/fda-requires-new-labels-on-popular-antibiotic-after-channel-2-investigation/287282398 Patients suffer devastating side effects from popular antibiotic http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/patients-suffer-devastating-side-effects-popular-a/53805880 There's no proof that what happened next is linked to the pill, but Strickland’s research found that it's happened before. “I felt like death,” Clark said. “It was a struggle to walk five steps.” Clark was admitted to Piedmont and used IVs to flush his system. He said a doctor with 40 years’ experience determined he had rhabdomyolysis. “With rhabdo, your muscles are eating themselves, and then they destroy your kidneys and you die,” Clark said. That's what happened to Gwinnett triathlete Chris Dannelly in 2013. The disease killed him in five days after he took three pills of ciprofloxacin's sister drug, levofloxacin. http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/local-woman-says-popular-antibiotic-killed-her-hus/54041156 Clark said Piedmont doctors have a working theory that the antibiotic combined with his cholesterol pill, was a bad mix. “The generic Lipitor acted as a catalyst. That caused the supposed problems with Cipro to magnify and give me the rhabdomyolysis,” Clark said. Ten months ago, doctors in Scotland published a similar case involving the two types of pills and a case of rhabdo. Their conclusion: the consequences of this interaction can have potentially serious outcomes. Clark said he plans to ask about a substitute pill. “Even not knowing for sure whether Cipro was a villain in this or not, why would I want to be dead?” Clark said. Clark's cancer doctor is also his cousin. Dr. Skip Holden said that Clark has had Cipro before with no issues and that he uses it because the risk of infection with that biopsy is so great. He presented Clark's case to 50 other doctors at UCLA Medical Center. See also: Fluoroquinolones and Statins: A Recipe for Rhabdomyolysis - WSB 03-02-2015 https://youtu.be/ZTWbhjQ-iEI
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It is my opinion only, that the damage these antibiotics are causing to people's bodies may be partially or fully due to the drug's destruction of crucially important healthy forms of bacteria in the gut. This, along with leaky gut which I believe is epidemic, may cause both a fungal version of yeast called candida to breach the barrier in the gut, and give the immune system a particularly difficult time managing it, as well as oxalate to also permeate the entire body causing a potential double-whammy that if addressed, may reverse the condition. Lots to be pissed off about with this situation. But one biggie is in how people are being told this condition is permanent. Although I believe it can be difficult to reverse, I believe it is entirely possible if approached from the above theoretical standpoint. That is how I approached it, and have had tremendous results. See my programs as well as the free info over at http://MaintenanceMotions.com. If you have some organic expeller-pressed coconut oil...or oil of your choice according to options available via Ayurvedic tradition...I'd give oil pulling a try, sticking with it for a solid few months. I have found it to be incredibly effective for joint/tendon issues, with dietary change, gut health with probiotics, and candida management to offer profound improvements. I need to consistently maintain the effort, but it's a part of my lifestyle regardless. Then I added some high quality ubiquinol to assist with mitochondrial damage, and energy production. http://FacelessFatloss.com My Over 40 program: http://Over40andRipped.com And Facebook: http://facebook.com/tim.ripped Love, Happiness, Health and Peace.........Tim .
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When consulting a doctor because of illness or other health concerns, it stands to reason that you follow the doctor’s advice and take whatever medicine you are given. It’s what most of us do. But do you know that many prescribed drugs can do more harm than good to your body?In fact, prescription drugs are one of the leading causes of death in the world. This might be news for many, but this is reality.The pharmaceutical industry and prescription drugs have their place in our medically advanced society. It is not possible to treat sickness with a prescribed pill, without dealing with the root cause behind the problem. This is one reason why prescribed drugs are causing some serious side effects, compelling doctors to prescribe more pills to deal with those side effects.It is important to carefully analyze the pros and cons of prescription drugs before making a decision of whether to take them.Here are 10 highly dangerous prescription drugs you should know about. 1. Methotrexate and Other Chemotherapeutic AgentsAnother prescribed drug that can be harmful is methotrexate as well as other chemotherapeutic agents.This drug is used alone or in combination with other medicines to treat different types of cancer, such as breast, head and neck, lung, blood, bone, lymphoma and uterine cancers. Methotrexate is also prescribed by many rheumatologists and other practitioners to treat rheumatoid arthritis.This drug comes as a solution for intravenous (IV) injection, which needs to be injected into a vein. It is also available as an oral tablet.The most common side effects of this drug include mouth sores, nausea, fever, dizziness, stomach pain, tiredness, chills and an increased risk of infections.When taken along with other drugs and for longer durations, methotrexate can cause serious, life-threatening side effects. These serious side effects include bleeding as well as liver, kidney and bone marrow damage. During such a situation, you may suffer from vomit that contains blood, black tarry stools, unusual vaginal bleeding, yellowing of the skin, urinary problems, blisters on the skin, peeling skin and extreme muscle weakness, to name a few.2. AntibioticsAntibiotics are a popular class of prescribed drugs that often restore health and even save lives.Antibiotics are helpful in treating infections caused by bacteria, such as some forms of bronchitis, pneumonia and urinary tract infections. Antibiotics work by killing the bacteria or stopping them from growing and multiplying.But overuse as well as misuse of these drugs can cause long-term health problems.In fact, antibiotics are inappropriately prescribed for conditions that do not even respond to them. Long-term use of such drugs has made many infections more virulent and untreatable.Some of the most harmful antibiotics that are commonly prescribed are Levaquin (levofloxacin), Vancocin (vancomycin hydrochloride), Bactrim (trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole), Cipro (ciprofloxacin), Avelox (moxifloxacin HCL)
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48 News Reports in between September 2014 and August 2015 have aired sharing the push for more warnings of Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics. Several were aired multiple times in different cities throughout the United States & there are more news stories currently in the works.
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CBS Chicago March 11, 2015 10:11 PM http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2015/03/11/safety-advocate-powerful-antibiotics-being-overprescribed/ Millions of people are being given powerful antibiotics to treat common infections. Now, as Erin Kennedy reports, one safety advocate is warning that this may be overkill and wants the FDA to do something about it. “I was a very healthy person at the time. I bicycled about seven to ten miles a day, I could bench-press 300 pounds,” said 54-year-old David Melvin from downstate Chatsworth, Illinois Now, just helping his wife prepare a meal can be almost unbearable. “I have days I can’t lift a half a gallon of milk, and if I do, I have to go lay down and rest for a while,” he said. Melvin suffers from chronic fatigue, neuropathy and digestion problems – all due, he believes, to the antibiotic Levaquin, given to him for a common infection eight years ago. “I don’t know what the future holds, whether I’ve got five years or I’ve got 15 years,” said Melvin. Levaquin is in a class of drugs called fluoroquinolones. These drugs already carry a black box warning for tendon ruptures, muscle weakness and central nervous system damage. “It is powerful,” said Dr. Charles Bennett of the South Carolina College of Pharmacy. He is one of the nation’s leading watchdogs for prescription drugs. He says the big problem with flouroquinolones is inappropriate use. “We are talking about going into the physician’s office, having a little sniffle, walking out with an antibiotic and shortly after having these kinds of problems,” said Dr. Bennett. He has filed two citizen’s petitions with the FDA. One seeks to expand the black box warning to include mitochondrial toxicity, meaning damage can occur within a patient’s cells and possibly show up years later as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or ALS in patients who may be more at risk. “Potentially, a genetic predisposition to be a poor metabolizer of the drug, so it’s not what you take it for, it’s who you are,” explained Dr. Bennett. The second petition wants to highlight the potential for serious psychiatric events. “This is another one, if I am depressed,” said Caroline Eagan. She took Levaquin eight years ago for a sinus infection and hasn’t been the same since. “One day, I can be okay and focus and another day I can’t even talk to anybody because they are not making sense,” she said. Melvin had to retire early from the Illinois State Police and now focuses on his blog dedicated to the Levaquin safety issue. Through emails, people tell him: “the pain is almost unbearable,” and “I woke up one day in hell.” So, what does he want to see happen to these drugs? “I don’t think they need to be taken off the market but I think doctors and patients should be informed,” said Melvin. For more information on fluoroquinolones, click here. To see Dr. Charles Bennett’s citizen petition, visit www.saferpills.org/citizen-petition/. David Melvin’s blog is at www.myquinstory.info/. Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. released a statement saying: “At Janssen, our first priority is the well-being of the people who use our medicines. We are aware of the Citizen Petitions and we are evaluating them. LEVAQUIN® (levofloxacin) is part of the important fluoroquinolone class of anti-infective prescription medications that have been used for more than 20 years to treat infections, including those that may be serious or life threatening. All medicines, including LEVAQUIN®, have both benefits and risks. We continually collect and monitor information on the safety and effectiveness of all our medicines, and, in cooperation with the US FDA and other health authorities, we incorporate new data into our product labels so doctors and patients can make informed decisions. Ever since it was first approved by the FDA in 1996, the LEVAQUIN® label has provided information to physicians on the risks and benefits associated with the medication, including warnings and precautions. Since 2004, the LEVAQUIN® label has informed physicians and patients about possible side effects related to peripheral neuropathy.”
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To clarify a few things stated in this story: First off, there is NO CURE for Cipro and Levaquin-induced side effects! They do not respond to traditional therapies as an overuse or sports injury would. This is a chemical injury we're talking about here. It is important to note that the FDA ONLY added the black box warning to these drugs after they were sued by watchdog group Public Citizen! They did not do this out of the kindness of their own hearts or because it was the moral & ethical thing to do (or what their agency is SUPPOSED to be doing--protecting the people!!!). Lastly, most doctors prescribe this harmful class of antibiotic without ever even trying a safer alternative first. It has been found that over 80% of the time, Cipro is prescribed inappropriately or unnecessarily! This obviously puts a great number of innocent lives at needless risk of losing absolutely everything. *Had to mirror this video in order to keep it from being taken down. The message is too important not to be heard.
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In the wake of last week's FDA warning about the danger of using fluoroquinolone antibiotics for uncomplicated infections, many physicians are examining their antibiotic choices. In this video three infectious disease specialists explore why the FDA acted, the impact of the warning, and alternatives to these agents. The participants are: Yi Guo, PharmD, clinical pharmacy manager, infectious diseases, Montefiore Medical Center, New York City Adam L. Hersh, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City Victor Nizet, MD, chief, division of host-microbe systems and therapeutics, University of California San Diego Medpage Today: http://medpagetoday.com Online CME - Continuing medical education: http://www.medpagetoday.com/cme/ Latest medical news: http://www.medpagetoday.com/latest/ The MedPage Today app: iOS: https://goo.gl/JKrkHq Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medpagetoday.medpage MedPage Today Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MedPageToday Medpage Today on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedPageToday
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On my one-year anniversary of taking Levaquin, I explain how the drug caused a severe case of tendinitis that still has not gone away, and what you can do to help assure it doesn't happen to anyone else. Links mentioned in the video: Here's the link to the FDA's Adverse Events Reporting website: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/medwatch/medwatch-online.htm Here's the link to the Facebook page for those who have been affected by fluoroquinolones: http://www.facebook.com/FluoroquinoloneToxicity Here is a Canadian news story that speaks directly to the problems associated with these drugs, as well as the poor communication that contributes to patients not getting the information they need to make educated decisions about the drugs they take. More articles and websites: http://www.forbes.com/sites/melaniehaiken/2012/09/30/antibiotic-alert-the-drug-the-doctor-ordered-could-cause-deadly-side-effects http://www.survivingcipro.com/
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http://www.invokanalawsuitcenter.com/ Have you or a loved one taken the diabetes drug Invokana and experienced ketoacidosis? If so, you may be eligible to file an Invokana Lawsuit today. Invokana is a medication that is used to reduce the blood glucose levels in a Type 2 diabetic patient. However, Invokana ketoacidosis can occur when ketones accumulate causing dangerous levels in the bloodstream. This could cause a diabetic coma, hospitalization or even death. If you or a loved one were prescribed Invokana and had to be hospitalized for ketoacidosis, coma, heart attack, kidney failure, stroke or even death, you may be entitled to compensation. To learn more about your rights and for a free case review, call the law office of Bernstein Liebhard today. Time is limited to file a claim. Call today at 1-888-368-0990. https://www.facebook.com/invokanalawsuit
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KCTC Kansas Posted: Feb 22, 2015 5:33 PM Updated: Mar 11, 2015 2:04 PM http://www.kctv5.com/story/28170151/fda-evaluates-popular-antibiotic-that-patients-say-makes-them-sicker It is an antibiotic powerful enough to kill anthrax or the plague, but it is being prescribed for simple infections like sinusitis and urinary tract infections. One group wants the Food and Drug Administration to reach beyond a black box warning issued in 2008 for Levaquin after an internal FDA report showed possible links between the drug and debilitating diseases like ALS, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. "We're talking about a possible drain on future healthcare costs," Linda Martin, of Arizona, told KCTV5 News in a phone interview. Martin took Levaquin three times for sinus infections. She is now an outspoken critic of the drug, helping file a citizen petition last year calling for better labeling by the FDA. Click here to read the petition. Levaquin is an antibiotic known as a "quinolone" or "fluoroquinolone." Other brand names include Cipro, Avelox and Levofloaxcin. "It's a good antibiotic for infections in many different organ systems in many parts of the body, so it's very widely used over the last 20 years," said chief medical officer Dr. Lee Norman at the University of Kansas Hospital. The FDA issued a black box warning in 2008, a serious red flag meant for doctors to note before prescribing quinolones to their patients. The warning came after the FDA discovered Levaquin to cause tendonitis and tendon tears. But people like Chris Butler of Raymore say their doctor doled out the medicine three to four times a year for sinus infections well after the black box warning surfaced. "It makes me angry. It is hard for me to even express just how angry I am. Because I feel doctors, pharmacists, medical practitioners should know about black box warning on drugs," Butler said. Butler underwent four tendon tear surgeries and started experiencing neurological disorders before he launched his own investigation into Levaquin. It wasn't until 10 years after his first Levaquin prescription, he figured out, he had been taking a drug known to cause such injuries. In 2013, the FDA started warning users of peripheral neuropathy, neurological diseases that can lead to tingling and pain in the limbs. Butler also knows those symptoms well. "Even to this day I will have shooting pains in my hands and my feet. My hands will go numb, my feet will go numb," Butler said. But what hasn't been disclosed is a condition called "mitochondrial toxicity" detailed in the 2013 internal FDA report. It is a condition that can lead to lasting neurodegenerative diseases. "Mitochondria are the little organs inside each cell that are basically power plants that generates the cell," Norman said. Research in non-human mammals showed quinolones can cause the weakening of those cells. Martin and the citizen petition wants these possible serious side effects to be on all warning labels for antibiotics like Levaquin. The FDA told KCTV5 it is not ready to respond to the request. The group has also shared the information with lawmakers on the U.S. Senate Health Committee which includes Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts. He did not return our messages for comment. "I trusted my doctors to do what's best for me. And when I realize when I couldn't trust them to warn me about the drugs, it was my responsibility," Butler said. Butler is not taking legal action against his doctors or the drug company. He says his sole purpose in speaking out is to raise awareness about taking prescription pills like Levaquin. "It's being used for things like sinus infections. For women, UTI's is this drug appropriate for those situations?" Butler asked. Norman doesn't believe quinolones should be taken off the market. He says these kinds of antibiotics save lives but consumers need to ask more questions and do research before popping a pill. "Does every doctor know about every single product and every line of the package insert? No. I can assure you, no," Norman said, "I really think it's important people ask questions."
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Has your son taken the drug Risperdal? If so, he may have developed female breasts. Take your son to see a lawyer, so that he can display his dumplings to an attorney. Then take him to a court of law, where he can jiggle his jugs at a judge, can jangle his jumbos to a jury, can bounce his bazongas at a bailiff, can shimmy his shebas at the spectators, and most importantly of all, can dangle his dumplings at the defense. Then, stand proudly beside your son as the press and media inquire as to precisely how big are his bongos, and tell them in no uncertain terms that your son has been lactating. He will be noted and admired by his peers and classmates for standing against injustice, head held high and chest out. What wouldn't we do for the sake of our children?
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Andrea Siani doesn't get around her home like she used to, not since she was treated for pneumonia last winter. She was prescribed the generic version of Levaquin, a powerful antibiotic.
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Your medication Simvastatin Simvastatin is also known as the brand names: Zocor Simvastatin comes in 5, 10, 20, 40 and 80mg tablets. Simvastatin is most commonly used for high cholesterol, but is also used for preventing future heart attacks and other heart diseases. No matter what your doctor has you taking it for, simvastatin is usually taken by mouth once daily at bedtime and is safe to take either with meals or on an empty stomach. While taking simvastatin, avoid grapefruit products. Standard dosing of simvastatin ranges from 5 mg to 80 mg daily Some common side effects with simvastatin include heartburn, gas, bloating, stomach pain, indigestion, nausea, constipation, and diarrhea. Some less common side effects with simvastatin include headache, joint pain, muscle pain, skin rash, sleep problems, or any cold symptoms like stuffy nose, sneezing, or sore throat. Do not take if you are pregnant or are intending to become pregnant. While taking simvastatin, remember it is important to tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have: • Signs of an allergic reaction, such as rash, itching, swelling, or tightness of the chest • An unexplained muscle pain, tenderness or weakness • Weakness and shrinking of the muscles around shoulders and hips • Muscle stiffness, cramps, slowed reflexes • Any changes in digestion, abdominal pain or swelling
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