Fibromyalgia from Cipro?

by Victoria
(Gales Ferry, CT)

I thought I had fibromyalgia...but I am now wondering if its the cipro. I've had chronic UTI and sinus infections that are resistant to a lot of antibiotics so the docs almost always prescribe me Cipro. I had no immediate pain, but I did get severe nausea and headaches with it. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia a few years ago and have found no relief. Could it be the Ciprofloxacin Side Effects? How do I find out if its the tendonitis? Could it have done slower damage than the apparent immediate pain many have reported they feel?

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Yes and Yes
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Yes, it could very well be the Cipro that has caused your 'Fibromyalgia'. There is no way to find out if it is due to the Cipro.

The remedy is mostly the same for Cipro Problems and Fibromyalgia anyway, AND I can guarantee that you have problems with Gluten Senstivity and Vitamin D Deficiency, two of the issues that I address in dealing with BOTH Fibromyalgia and Cipro damage.

I know this because of the problems that of infections that you were having BEFORE you ever took the Cipro. You don't 'just have' chronic UTI's all the time. There is something WRONG that was causing you to have these problems in the first place- and it's likely to be a combination of many different factors INCLUDING Gluten Sensitivity and Vitamin D deficiency.

For detailed instructions on how to overcome your problems whether they are due to Fibromyalgia or Cipro, get my book The Levaquin Tendonitis Solution



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